A University of Sydney professor has warned that the move to cloud computing could exacerbate Australia's e-waste problems.
Fujitsu’s Noble Park Data Centre in Melbourne has achieved a NABERS Energy for data centres rating, which it says makes it the first in Australia to be certified using the National Australian Built Environment Rating System data centres tools.
A new scheme offered by Ricoh Australia provides greenhouse gas offsets for the duration of the printer's lease, rental or hire-purchase agreement.
Ground-breaking Australian research shows public debate has missed the point on making cloud services more energy efficient.
HP's new Moonshot server is 'transformational' according to a company executive.
ICT services provider Dimension Data now provides its clients with an e-waste removal service as part of its technology lifecycle management assessments.
Application delivery networking specialist F5 Networks has introduced the BIG-IP 4200v, a hardware platform that can be used to consolidate multiple services.
Fujitsu’s third annual ICT Sustainability index has found that green IT has generally stalled around the world, with little improvement in most countries and reversals in many. Australia does not perform well.
Kyocera Net Policy Manager allows administrators to set policy controls over printing and users to collect their print jobs from any device.
Over the past four years I have been tracking Green IT very closely.
A scientist at University College in London has come up with an umbrella for Vodafone UK that acts as a signal-boosting antenna for cellphones and that is equipped with solar panels to charge a cellphone.
It will be much of the same in the ICT industry this year as it was in 2011, according to a global market trends report just published, which predicts continuing consumer tech disruptions will drive agendas even within the largest of enterprises, and that businesses face a tough time due to economic uncertainty, forcing them to 'pare IT budgets to the bone.'
The federal government is merging the operations of seven older data centres into a new data centre to support the operations of the Department of Human Services in a move which the government says will save about $5 million in power costs and reduce the department's ICT carbon footprint by 50 percent.
Sentry 42's state-of-the-art Norwich facility is both the first Data Centre and first UK Company to win this prestigious award.
Whether heading to Lake Erie for some R&R, carrying a load of food products across the state, going to a ball game or on their way to visiting relatives in Kentucky, drivers in Ohio will arrive at their destinations faster and more safely as a result of recent enhancements to the ODOT Traffic Management System. Through a public-private partnership with SpeedInfo, Inc., more than 1,000 SpeedInfo solar-powered Vehicle Radar sensors have been deployed along important metro-corridor interstate and state roads.
Apple has proposed the construction of a major fuel cell project at its North Carolina data centre.
Schneider Electric is expanding its relationship with Cisco in the area of energy management.
Data centre operator NEXTDC is to build what it says will be Australia's largest privately-owned rooftop photovoltaic solar system at its M1 data centre in Port Melbourne.
The Australian Information Industry Association has lashed out at the Federal Government for failing to properly promote the environmental savings that could be unleashed by more effective use of information and communications technology.
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