sponsored by Faronics
Posted:  28 Sep 2007
Published:  01 Sep 2007
Format:  PDF
Length:  6  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
Data centers consume 1.5% of the total electricity used on the planet, and this amount is expected to grow unless organizations begin addressing the issue now. While companies have started to implement green computing within data centers many don't realize that the problem is actually greater than the growth in power consumption. Data centers only represent a fraction of total information processing and energy consumption. Read this white paper to learn about the seven actions that can be taken to address the problem including:

  • Measuring your organization's power usage
  • Combating desktop warming
  • Setting energy reduction goals



Author

Helen Cademartori
Sr. IT Business Manager, Board Member CTP
Helen Cademartori is a member of the board of CTB. She has worked for a number of organizations across several industries, including health care, finance, and education, in the Northern California area, where there is a deep commitment to transforming and conserving energy usage in computing.



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