Green IT Roundup: January 16 - 20, 2012

This week’s Green IT Roundup includes: One of the top sustainability universities in the U.S, The launch of the Green Button Project, a New Year’s Resolution that will save you money, and The three-part approach corporate sustainability leaders should use to develop and further their company’s sustainability.

UNO a Top School for IT Sustainability
UNO Information Services has been recognized as one of the top 5 universities in the U.S. for their progress in the Energy Star’s Low Carbon IT Power Campaign.  UNO’s Information Services attributes their success to make their campus more environmentally conscious through desktop and server virtualization and PC power management.

The Green Button Project Launches to Unleash Energy Data
Launched by half a dozen utilities, the Green Button project enables utility customers to download their energy consumption data.  Enabling customers to access this data will promote energy-efficiency behaviors.

This Year, Resolve to Lower Energy Bills with Automated PC Power Management
Most of us have made a New Year’s Resolution.  But does your New Year’s Resolution save you money.  One resolution you should make is to implement a PC power management solution.

A Three-Part Approach to Corporate Sustainability
As a corporate sustainability leader, Asheen Phansey, shares his three-part approach that he has used to develop and further his company’s sustainability.

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