Green Computing Tips

  • Going Green: How Paper is Recycled

    While paper comes from renewable resources, the time it takes to raise trees to the age that makes them suitable for paper is measured in years. Recycling old paper into new paper allows manufacturers to maintain supplies of paper to consumers while conserving...
    By Chris Orr May 24, 2011 

  • How to Plan and Host a Green Special Event

    Work in a company that likes to attend and host special events? Here are a few tips to make your events a little bit "greener."
    By Mercedes May 23, 2011 

  • Jobs in Green Technology – Popular Occupations to Help the Environment

    Jobs in green technology have become more important due to increasing environmental concerns. If you are interested in a green career there are a variety of options to consider. Discussed are some of the popular occupations you may want to look into.
    By Sheila Robinson May 23, 2011 


  • 10 Energy-Saving Myths: Sifting Through the Bunk

    There are ways to save energy while using your computer, but some of the tips you may have heard are either no longer applicable or are a sort of urban legend. This list helps you sort the myths from the truths so that you can truly green your computer...
    By Tricia Goss May 22, 2011 

  • Cloud Computing vs. Grid Computing

    While cloud computing and grid computing are both concepts that involve large-scale computer networks, they are certainly not synonymous with each other. This article explains both cloud and grid computing, and exactly how they differ.
    By Karishma Sundaram May 20, 2011 

  • Discover Little Known Facts About Green Technology

    Like everything else, computing needs to be "green," meaning that we are conscious of the ways our lives and our work impact the world. Whether depleting energy resources, polluting the air, or poisoning landfills, here are some green technology...
    By Bruce Tyson May 20, 2011 


  • Going Green vs. Going Paperless: Not the Same Thing

    Most people equate going green with going paperless. This however need not hold true. The energy consumed by electronic devices and the mining required to produce electricity may actually cause more damage to the environment. Read on for an overview of...
    By N Nayab May 19, 2011 

  • Cheapest Ways to Save on Printer Ink

    What is your favorite cheapest way to save on printer ink? You can: 1. Use the Print Preview option to avoid printing drafts; 2. Print in “Economy” or “Draft” mode; 3. Keep the cartridge alive; 4. Select optimal...
    By N Nayab May 19, 2011 

  • The Advantages of Cloud Computing

    The advantages of cloud computing include reduced costs, easy maintenance and re-provisioning of resources, and thereby increased profits. Cloud also helps save the environment. This article covers cloud computing advantages while discussing how cloud...
    By Arun Kumar (PowercutIN) May 19, 2011 

  • Ways Your Business Can Offset Its Carbon Footprint

    Carbon footprint is the amount of carbon dioxide emitted. All individuals and organizations generate carbon footprints in the normal course of things, but the increasing strain on the earth’s resources make reducing carbon footprints imperative...
    By N Nayab May 19, 2011 
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