Are you currently backing up your computer to a local USB hard drive or not at all? If you aren’t taking your backups away from your home, read this article to learn how to back your computer up to the cloud.
Green Computing / IT
The Green IT channel at Bright Hub is here to help to any home or business that wants to compute in a more ecologically friendly manner. The channel contains a wealth of articles, how to’s and reviews that explain the benefits of going green and which will enable you to choose the best green technical solutions, reduce your impact on the environment or reduce your electricity bill.
From the origins of Energy Star to reviews of energy saving software Managing Editor, Michele McDonough, and her team of writers lead you on a journey into the world of eco-friendly computing. Learn how to properly dispose of computers and other electronic waste, known as e-waste, with articles such as this on recycling printer cartridges. Find out all about cloud computing and virtualization. Gain a better understanding of how technology impacts the environment and what you can do to help reduce waste, cut costs and lower emissions.
Join the Bright Hub Community to share your experience and insight into green computing. Explore the media gallery, check out the latest trends and technology, voice your opinion in the comments as well as read articles and software reviews. We want to know what you think about being green!
With the wide variety of cloud storage providers out there what makes Microsoft OneDrive unique? Is OneDrive a good choice for you? Read on to find out.
Even though cloud computing is pretty much a household phrase in this day and age, there are still a lot of misconceptions about how this technology really works. Hopefully, these charts and diagrams will make the muddy waters a little clearer.
Green computing is a hot subject, and there are a number of misconceptions about what it really means. Some of the issues are complex, while others are pretty straight forward.
Are you just blindly following the green computing fad, or do you really know something about it? Quiz your knowledge of Green IT with these fourteen questions and see if you’re ready to paint it all green.