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Green IT Demystified

Green information technology (IT), known also as green computing, is the study and use of IT in an environmentally sustainable manner. This concept has gained traction of late as the IT sector as a whole consumes massive energy resources. 243 more words

Thoughts : Replacing computers in organisations every 03 years or 10 years

‘No’ to the idea:

Many organisations would prefer to replace their devices as often as possible if financial constraints were not a concern. This financial constraint in any organisation can be provisionally seen as a positive factor in these terms. 244 more words

Technology

Does this support Green IT positively?

This is an extension to the post on Microsoft Ending Support for XP

Initial Impressions: No ( Please leave comments if you do not agree or have any opposite thoughts, I couldn’t think of any, yet.) 260 more words

Technology

End of support for Windows XP : What are the implications?

This is a post that is well beyond its time but we can look at why Microsoft might have adopted this policy.

As a technology fanatic, I believe Windows XP was one of the best, reliable, most used and most stable operating systems of our time. 299 more words

Technology

Ravi Namboori : Green IT Demystified

Green information technology (IT), known also as green computing, is the study and use of IT in an environmentally sustainable manner. This concept has gained traction of late as the IT sector as a whole consumes massive energy resources. 120 more words

Ravi Namboori Entrepreneur

Soofa: the green bench that you recharge the battery

Did you happen to be out, having to send a message or make a call urgently and have your cell phone outlet? How much is annoying? 125 more words

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An aid towards resolving "Green IT", "Green Computing" and "Sustainable HCI"

1. Relating “Green IT” to “Green Computing”.

The Joint Task Force for Computing Curricula, 2005 (CC2005), claims [5] that “Information Technology” is interpreted differently in the context of academia than it is in the context of the general public: 845 more words

Green Computing