Green IT Roundup: January 2-6, 2012

This week’s Green IT Roundup features: Research showing that few IT departments have implement PC power management solution, despite its proven savings it delivers, Tips on how SMBs can go green in 2012 and Creative and innovative ways corporations are engaging their employees to implement sustainability initiatives.

Report Firms Missing PC Power Savings
Research compiled by Ovum indicates that IT departments are failing to implement software, which has been proven to reduce corporate energy use and delivers an average annual savings of $36 per PC.

Four Tips for Going Green in the New Year
Looking for ways to reduce your energy consumption?  SMB Expert, Paul Mah, has pulled together four tips on how SMBs can go green in 2012 by reducing their energy consumption.

Why is PCPM Overlooked despite the Cost Savings
Despite the cost saving delivered by PC power management (PCPM) solutions, most organizations fail to look at it as a means to reduce their operational cost.  This article investigates the reasons why organizations overlooking PC power management.

5 Companies 5 Different Takes on Employee Engagement
Companies are finding new and creative ways to encourage employees to implement sustainability practices, both at work and at home.  This article highlights 5 companies, who have found creative ways to engage their employees to take actions to reduce their energy us and carbon footprint.

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