CW Buyers Guide: Green IT
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With IT such a large energy drain for many organisations, firms that cut IT power consumption will reap big benefits. Going green means that computer room air conditioners and chillers are no longer required in the datacentre, potentially slashing energy costs by up to 50% and dramatically lowering the facility’s carbon footprint.  Access >>>

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  • Financial benefits of carbon reduction
  • IBM builds water-cooled processor
  • Is cloud computing really greener?

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