Michael Cook of USystems looks at how to meet your CRC Energy Efficiency requirements with cutting edge technology

With green issues high on the political agenda, there has been a lot of publicity recently regarding the use of digital technologies to encourage a sustainable, paperless future for the UK. There have been numerous communications stating the intended benefits and cost savings of the strategy to make transactions between the government, citizens and businesses “Digital by Default”. But how do you set the example to the nation, and turn these ambitious policies into a paperless reality?

The Information Age has created a virtual tidal wave of electronic devices – including computers and monitors that become obsolete or wear out at an ever-increasing rate.

In todays world going green is no longer a choice with great emphasis on reducing co2 emissions and our carbon footprint, government departments are looking for technologies that work for them but can also for the environment.

Where do you stand today?

How to reduce your carbon footprint, improve efficiency and reduce costs in the process

Workspace Technology looks at how the implementation of the European Union best practices for Data Centres will help the public sector reduce CO2 emissions

Reducing the carbon footprint of your organisation needn’t involve major sacrifices, argues Richard Clarke, public sector sales manager at 1E

A proactive approach is the key to maintaining an effective and robust data centre operation

Thin client technology is helping the UK meet its carbon reduction targets

Bernhard Schott, EU-Research programme manager of Platform Computing, explores ways you can reduce energy consumption and costs with exisiting data centre technologies

Quantum Corporation’s EMEA Software Marketing Manager, Alistair Washbourn, discusses energy efficient data centres – how to save power and money through integrated disk and tape-based storage

Simon Vye, CEO at Telstra International EMEA, gives his tangible steps to a greener government

Kettering General Hospital’s remote sites are benefiting from faster access to its PACS system thanks to the Blue Coat ProxySG

The IT industry is changing. We’re moving to a future state where everything will be delivered as a service, from work life to entertainment to various communities, says Shane Robison

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