Companies in many industries want to go green and have taken big steps to do so, but one business aspect has typically been resistant to these efforts: IT. This is...
Go green! It is a phrase heard again and again in nearly every field—including that of information technology. However, when you start looking at what is involved in going green,...
IBM reminds us that all businesses need to be concerned with sustainability. A major part of this is the reduction of greenhouse-gas emissions. ENERGY STAR, a joint program of the...
Virtualization is one of the ways that companies can save money on their technology resources. The traditional approach was to purchase enough equipment to manage a company's computing needs. If...
Despite the best of intentions, the IT industry seems to be finding it difficult to implement energy-saving measures. Data centers alone tend to leave a huge environmental footprint, and the...
Despite pressing economic worries, the environment remains a top concern for consumers the world over. And that means environmentally-friendly business practices are as necessary for the bottom line as they are...
By Tijl Vuyk, Redwood Software     When it comes to repetitive and mundane tasks, it’s easy to get bored and frustrated.  And when you’re bored and frustrated, it’s easy to...
  This year some 70 million computers will be sold in the U.S. But what will happen when businesses and people are done using them? The E-Waste Taskforce, of which the...
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eWaste: An Interactive Overview This year some 70 million computers will be sold in the U.S. But what will happen when businesses and people are done using them? Ogilvy and Mather...
What Are the Manufacturers' Policies on Recycling? Computer and electronics manufacturers have made significant progress in implementing programs for reclaiming and recycling the products they make, but because there are no...
By Laton McCartney   Well-intentioned CIOs and green-minded organizations that don't want their used PCs, printers and the like ending up in some third world toxic dump need a road map...
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By David F. Carr   When your company "refreshes" computers, servers, and routers, getting rid of the old to make way for the new, the result may not be so refreshing...
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GE, Google Plan News Conference On Energy Plans Energy conglomerate General Electric Co and Internet leader Google Inc plan to hold a news conference shortly on unspecified joint energy projects, the...
How Green Is Your Computing? Group Discussion: Everyone in information technology is talking about Green IT. But how is your company responding to the push for more environmentally friendly technology products?...
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