Closed Loop Lifecycle Planning: Optimizing for Energy Efficiency in the Upcoming Technology Refresh Cycle
sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Company

The concept of a "green" technology refresh cycle for client computing may not be a part of the planning process today, but in the near term it will become mainstream. Historically, IT considered “green” initiatives the realm of facilities and data centers, not client computing. After all, for a long period of time desktops and notebook PCs were considered commodities. Businesses are now realizing that the financial, social, and cultural benefits are significant.

This paper encourages all businesses, regardless of size and complexities, to consider a more formal "green" strategy in regards to client computing and the technology refresh cycle. The timing could not be better. There is also a business case to be made that the 'business as usual' environment could view the "green" initiative as a compelling event unto itself.

This paper encourages all businesses, regardless of size and complexities, to consider a more formal "green" strategy in regards to client computing and the technology refresh cycle. The timing could not be better. There is also a business case to be made that the ‘business as usual’ environment could view the "green" initiative as a compelling event unto itself.

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