Monday, January 5, 2009

Your guide to green IT

January 05, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Green IT solutions guide

With the economy in a tailspin, your customers will be looking for new ways to save money in 2009. Help them reduce their costs with this guide to providing green IT services.

There are opportunities in all areas of IT: security, storage, networking and, of course, the data center. These tips, tutorials, news stories and podcasts can show you how to take advantage of these opportunities and cut your customers' energy expenses.

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