A green IT certification sets apart the business that recognizes its community commitment and takes it seriously from one contented to do business as usual. Certification courses and exams enable the business delegate to play an instrumental role in shaping greening company policies and strategies.
The goal of green computing is simple: reduction in the use of harmful materials, maximize energy efficiency, and promote recyclability. Here, we discuss the concept of green computing and its core ideals in detail, including what it is, why it’s needed and some ideas for the future.
The amount of e-waste on the planet is growing exponentially and it is beginning to cause some serious issues. If you want to know what e-waste is or about the global issues surrounding e-waste then read on.
Today a number of business enterprises understand the importance of going green with major green initiatives in their business ventures. Green technologies today have become indispensible.
Many initiatives have been taken to make the entire web surfing experience more green, i.e. eco-friendly. It may sound a bit strange to the uninitiated but being an environmentalist even while surfing the Internet is actually possible. In fact, most web surfers can do it.
neighBORROW and Goods for Good have formed a partnership to provide computers for orphaned children in Malawi, East Africa. neighBORROW is a borrow and lend operation, while Goods for Good re-distributes excess items. Together, they are sending used computers where they are desperately needed.
Cloud Computing in 2009 would be one niche that everyone, right from a programmer to an online business architect, would look forward to. This article throws some light on some talked-about status of cloud computing in the year 2009.
There is a special carbon taxes currently in legislation which data center companies may have to pay. Read on to find out more about the proposed carbon tax that may affect your business.
This United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recycling program is geared towards used electronics and gadgets. As green computing initiatives continue to “sprout up” in the information technology realm, government programs such as this are a great option for recycling your old gadgets.
What if every time you searched, a penny was donated to a cause you believe in? What if the $20 million generated by search engines every year could be tapped into and a fraction used to support a charity? Good Search, the modern day green search engine, allows you to do just that!