If your striving to make your computing experience a green one come here to find news on the latest products and reviews on energy efficient hardware. Laptops, desktops, printers, speakers, projectors and more all may be neccessary in your office. How can you be sure you’re getting the best and most eco-freindly product possible? Do your research here at Bright Hub’s Green Computing Channel, helping you make more environmentally-friendly purchasing decisions.
Connecting to wireless networks can reduce the battery lifetime, but there are wireless networking power management tricks to handle this, irrespective of whether it’s a WLAN, WPAN or WSN. Read on to find out how.
Whether you are an individual with only as little as a few computers inside your home, or if you own a company which uses hundreds of computers, you can save significant amounts of money simply by adjusting the brightness of your computer monitor.
You can either leave the computer on all night or turn it off. This article explains what happens if you always keep your computer on so that you have all the facts to decide on the better, greener way to save energy and the life of your computer.
Problems with using thin clients exist that can frustrate the deployment of thin clients in the business environment. By preparing for those problems in advance, however, companies can make sure that their move to thin client computing is one that facilitates rather than limits their mission.
When the question, “What Is a Thin Client?” is asked, it becomes evident that thin clients are still relatively uncommon. Still, thin client technology is vital to building a green, sustainable IT industry because of its energy efficiency and other environmental benefits.
Thin client computing is a good start toward improving security, saving energy, and going green, but conscientious businesses want to know who has the greenest thin client workstation. Here, as we look at the top thin client vendors, we answer that question.
Don’t put that battery in the trash! Every year millions of computer batteries are discarded after being replaced or left inside a discarded computer, contributing to a growing environmental nightmare. Learn about computer battery recycling here.
Technology advances rapidly and today’s state of the art computer may be outdated in just a few years. So, what happens to that old computer when we don’t want it anymore? Hopefully, it doesn’t go in the trash.
Building a green computer network serves the interests of business and the environment. By minimizing staff, consolidating hardware, purchasing responsibly, and educating the workforce, IT managers can comply with environmental requirements while contributing to the corporate bottom line.
Use environmental criteria to evaluate how green printing systems really are. When comparing thermal printing vs laser printing, each technology has advantages and areas of environmental concern. You decide - which is greener?