Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green

 
 
By eweek  |  Posted 2012-05-28
 
 
 

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green

Teach customers to create a corporate energy policy and start to act on it.

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green - 2. Help Organizations

Help organizations to monitor and measure true energy usage.

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green - 2. Help Organizations

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green - 3. Get Familiar

Get familiar with emerging state and federal regulations that encourage reduction of energy use.

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green - 3. Get Familiar

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green - 4. Point Customers

Point customers toward rebates and money-saving offers from local electrical utility providers.

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green - 4. Point Customers

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green - 5. Encourage Upgrades

Encourage upgrades to computers and servers that integrate processors and cut power usage.

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green - 5. Encourage Upgrades

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green - 6. Talk Up

Talk up the multiple benefits of energy savings: less space, less heat, less energy use, less cost.

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green - 6. Talk Up

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green - 7. Leverage

Leverage software utilities that allow groups of desktops to be shut down or powered up simultaneously for easy maintenance and energy savings.

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green - 7. Leverage

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green - 8. Look for...

Look for the Energy Star designation on hardware products.

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green - 8. Look for...

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green - 9. Join the Green Grid

Join the Green Grid association and work toward industrywide solutions.

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green - 9. Join the Green Grid

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green - 10. 'Think global, act local'

'Think global, act local' -- it's more than a bumper sticker.

Ten Ways to Help Users Go Green - 10. 'Think global, act local'

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