Thursday, June 4, 2009

Reducing power consumption with green IT solutions

June 04, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Reducing power consumption with green IT solutions
Toby Velte, Contributor

You can't blink these days without seeing a "green" message. Whether it's a company advertising that it's a green dry cleaner, its apples were grown in a green way or its brand of house paint is greener than it used to be, it's no secret that going green is the new cause célèbre. The green issue even bleeds over into the world of IT, where some faultfinders claim that technology got us into this mess. But I say technology can help us get out of it.

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Cisco Systems adds rack-mount server option to UCS
Cisco Systems will offer rack-mount server options for its upcoming Unified Computing System (UCS). The company also announced new programs for channel partners as well as new certifications and training for the UCS.
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