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Leading business management software company, SAP, has been recognised by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its corporate, organisational and individual leadership in addressing climate change and reducing carbon pollution, with the company the winner of the EPA's inaugural Climate Leadership Award.

Published in Market

Green IT and concern for the environment are getting lots of attention in the IT industry but seemingly productivity and not environmental concerns are the biggest driver for Australia's small business owners switching to high-grade video conferencing for meetings.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 08 November 2011 14:49

APC-Schneider Electric appoints services chief

Power products and services group, APC by Schneider Electric, has appointed a new chief for its services business with responsibility for the Pacific regional and Australian and New Zealand markets.

Published in People Moves
Tuesday, 13 September 2011 17:14

Metronode joins government panel

Data centre owner/operator, Metronode, has been selected for the Federal Government's panel for the provision of greenfield data centres to government agencies, with the company's two greenfield sites in Melbourne and Canberra selected as part of the panel.

Published in Market
Thursday, 08 September 2011 01:56

Still a place for the printed page

The advent of emails, online communications and the so-called paperless office or workplace, is not quite as paperless as it might seem.

Published in Market
Infosys today launched a new service for its Australian and New Zealand customers which it claims will deliver less costs, less hassle and less paper and improve a company’s green credentials.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 14 July 2009 13:14

IBM tops latest Green500 supercomputer list

IBM has shamed its competitors, ranking by far the most environmentally friendly supercomputer maker. Eighteen of the top 20 systems on the Green500 list were made by IBM. The Green500 ranks supercomputers according to the number of floating-point operations per second they can perform for each watt of power consumed.

Published in Home Tech
The mainstream market hasn’t yet embraced the use of electronic paper – otherwise known as e-paper – but its use is on the increase as a ‘greener’ rival to real paper.

Published in Market
HP's ExSO (Extreme Scale-Out) line is aimed at packing them in the data centre aisles. A new range of ProLiant SL servers increases density and reduces weight and power consumption.

Published in Market
HP's encouraging people to turn off their PCs at the end of the day to save energy. But is the Power To Change campaign as energy-efficient as it could be?

Published in Strategy
Storage and data management vendor, NetApp, has opened new offices in Melbourne, which the company says is testament to the importance of the technology sector to the State’s economy.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 27 May 2009 12:55

The greening of training

EXCOM Education and Connection Research are claiming an Australian first with the launch today of a range of green IT training courses in Australia, with an immediate follow-up expansion into the international market.

Published in Education
Tuesday, 28 April 2009 15:26

No paper trails with Blackberry adoption

Paper has been consigned to the wastepaper bin with Melbourne company Tracknology migrating its entire operation to paperless trading with the adoption of a BlackBerry solution, including the use of RIM smartphones.

Tuesday, 28 April 2009 12:26

Conroy knocks the NBN knockers

Suggestions that the National Broadband Network is just about downloading movies faster are the equivalent of a 19th century assertion that electricity is just about having a better light to read in bed at night, Stephen Conroy, Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, said today.

Thursday, 09 April 2009 05:09

Green IT delivers cost savings: report

We already knew that the motivation behind 'Green IT' implementation is more likely to involve saving money rather than saving the planet. But new research shows that going green really does cut costs.

IBM has been selected by Melbourne’s Victoria University (VU) to design and build the university’s first green data centre.  

Published in Deals
Friday, 03 April 2009 06:56

Give your gaming a green tinge

See all those little red lights on your electrical equipment?  Remember all those “black balloon” adverts?  Feeling too lazy to flick the switch at the point after a gaming session?  If so, there are a couple of new products about to hit the Australian market that might save your hip pocket as well as your ever-polluting soul.

Published in Energy
Logica has unveiled the essential internet based platform that will be used by transport specialists, designers and others to design the c,mm,n, the green car of the future, a prototype of which will be displayed at the Amsterdam auto show starting on Tuesday, 1 April.
Published in Deals
Australian businesses, it seems, are making more rapid progress than their counterparts in other countries, particularly the UK, in planning ahead for the effects of carbon pricing.
Published in Deals
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has commended the federal government on ‘its visionary plans’ to provide up to $83 million to early stage start-up companies bringing promising new technologies and services to the market.
Published in Deals
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