Green IT stories - Page 2
The green future of the public cloud
Cloud computing surge prompts eco-strategy to cut CO2 by 59m tonnes.
CyrusOne updates outlook for Frankfurt data centre
CyrusOne has revealed details about the first phase of its newest data centre, which is being constructed in Frankfurt, Germany.
Akamai’s Texas data centers soon to be powered by wind
Akamai's Texas data centers to run on 'green' wind energy from Seymour Hills.
Smarter cities through cross-border and G2G collaborations
Singapore Tops the List of Smart Cities but the Environmental Impact Remains a Concern, Warns Industry Expert.
Hyve’s new innovation trims power bills and employee fat
It’s in dark times like these with Brexit looming above that it’s great to see some reassurance with classic British innovation.
Beyond renewables: Emerging technologies for “greening” the data centre
Park Place Technologies’ CEO shares his views on innovations aside from renewable energy that can slim a data centre’s footprint.
CyrusOne switches London data centres to green energy
CyrusOne's two London data centres are now running on a 100% renewable energy tariff, with the third one on the way.
Google makes its first ever renewable energy investment in Asia
This week Google announced that it is making a huge investment in renewable energy in Asia with a huge solar farm in Taiwan.
The missing link in your disaster recovery strategy
Is New Zealand prepared for power outages? Recent events highlight the importance of a steady power supply for businesses.
Schneider Electric greens the data center with new EcoBlade
Schneider Electric is going green with a smart, scalable energy storage solution to increase the use of renewable energy.
Equinix wins for green innovation leadership
Equinix has been awarded Frost & Sullivan's 2015 Asia Pacific Data Center Green Innovation Leadership award for the second year in a row.
How brother tackles recycling in NZ
Noticed those email taglines which ask you to consider the environment before printing? They make a good point, but it isn’t quite what you think.
Travel is not a sustainable business model
Videoconferencing offers a good opportunity to go green, says Tim Fulton, LifeSize Communications ANZ managing director.
Smart thinking; big gains
Businesses embrace green IT, achieving cost savings and reducing their environmental footprint by optimising their printing and IT processes.
Sustainability: Should CIOs still care?
In a changing IT landscape, CIOs play a crucial role in steering their organizations towards genuine sustainability, not just Green IT.
Green still a 'low priority'
The Emissions Trading Scheme is still not impacting green technology investment – more than two years after the scheme’s introduction – according to an IDC study.
Green IT 'still a low priority': IDC
Despite the ETS's introduction to promote green technology, IDC reports no uptick in sustainable tech investments in NZ.
Turning your office green doesn't need to be a chore. Follow simple steps, switch to energy-efficient gadgets and recycle for substantial savings.
Automated shut-downs a success
Kiwibank's automated computer shut-downs are set to save thousands in power bills and cut 32 tonnes of carbon, marking a win for sustainability.
Green strategies for cool data centres
Revolutionising data centres: Implementing green strategies ensures energy efficiency and slashes costs, transforming IT consulting.
Data centres set to shrink by 40%
Gartner predicts a 40% reduction in data centre size by 2018 due to smarter designs, green IT pressures, density optimisation, and cloud computing.
Sustainability is more than office recycling
Sustainability is not just about reducing carbon footprint, it's a financial strategy, says Julian Smith of MYOB New Zealand.
The secret to overcoming objections
The benefi ts of green IT can be easily explained to a customer.
Greening of the network
The majority of us have a natural aspiration to look after the environment – the green conversation comes naturally to us.