• Data center goes green for energy savings

    Fannie Mae's Urbana Technology Center in Maryland is the first data center to earn the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification. Fannie Mae expects to reduce overall energy consumption by 20% by implementing sustainable design.

    Matt Stansberry20 pointsBadges:
  • Solar powered data center wins fans, financial benefit

    In the midst of high energy costs, the initial investments in "green" technologies are paying off for one data center.

    Matt Stansberry20 pointsBadges:
  • Green technology still ranks low for data center planners

    While the majority of Data Center Decisions conference attendees are planning new data centers, few have focused on implementing green technologies.

    Bridget Botelho3,650 pointsBadges:
  • Sustainability technology solutions: Green ERP, building modeling

    Solution providers interested in sustainability technology are finding good potential around green ERP products and business modeling consulting.

    editor13,505 pointsBadges:
  • Cloud computing to save the environment and our wallets

    This week: Greenspace says NetSuite's cloud services are quite green, revenue projections for the cloud rise dramatically.

    ITKE413,315 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco’s new collaboration tools key to green strategy

    Using TelePresence and unified communications tools, Cisco hopes to help companies become greener while cutting costs.

    Michael Morisy8,588 pointsBadges:
  • Green IT tutorial: Offering green networking services

    Offering green IT services can prove to be lucrative in these environmentally conscious times. Learn how to offer green networking and other energy-efficient IT services, including understanding green networking technology, navigating the green IT market, and pitching green networks to your...

    ITKE413,315 pointsBadges:
  • MSPAlliance promotes green IT initiatives with new certification

    The MSPAlliance wants to help members and their customers cut power consumption, explore alternative energy sources and do more to save the environment -- and money.

    Colin Steele3,270 pointsBadges:
  • Green desktop strategies

    Much green tech coverage focuses on data centers, but you can save energy on the client side, too. This webcast by channel expert Heather Clancy offers best practices to improve customers' green desktop profile.

    Heather Clancy650 pointsBadges:
  • What are the positives and negatives of green information technology?

    During SearchCIO's recent inaugural 'tweet jam', an interesting debate emerged over the topic of how green information technology will shape the data center of the future. Some responses included virtualization, self-service portals and greener power sources. What do you think? What are the...

    Michael Tidmarsh47,160 pointsBadges:

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