Information Technology (IT) is disruptive. Largely for the better, IT
has disrupted the way we travel, communicate, conduct business,
produce, socialise and manage our homes and lives. This
disruptive ability has the potential to reduce our dependence on
dirty energy and make society cleaner, more efficient and powered
renewably. But as we applaud the positive, visible impacts and
measurable, game-changing potential of IT, we also need to pay
attention to what’s behind the curtain.