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SAS global research into sustainable IT


Sun Microsystems’ eco tools and resources

Sun Microsystems believes that the need to fuel the growing global power grid grows and meet the increasing appetite for faster, better, cheaper computing infrastructure can be met in an eco responsible way. Faster can be cooler. Better can be cleaner. Cheaper can be greener. Business benefits - reduced energy and data center costs – can also deliver environmental benefits. 

Click here for further information on Sun’s eco tools and resources.


Gartner green resources

Environmental issues will become one of the top five IT management priorities for local authorities within the next three years, says research organisation, Gartner.   Click here to visit their resource centre.