This white paper – 3 Easy Building Blocks for a Profitable Green IT Strategy help you to learn how to create a lasting and effective strategy for sustainability and its attendant ROI, starting with small achievable steps.
This very practical white paper compares “greening” your IT department to “greening” your home: the key to a lasting return is starting with small, affordable, easy-to-accomplish steps. Learn how to create a comprehensive baseline of your IT department’s carbon footprint, effective techniques for drafting a list of sustainability objectives, and some of the easiest real-world practices to implement for a high return-on-investment ratio.
Making your IT department sustainable is best done the same way you’d “green” your house or home: starting with easy, quick, high-return steps. Learn to create your baseline footprint, draft a list of green objectives, and plan real-life steps to meet them.
Making an IT department environmentally friendly requires a big-picture strategy filled with incremental steps. This document is designed to assist organizations in the development of a Green IT strategy and provide them a step-by-step process to create a plan to reduce their organization’s environmental footprint. This paper will cover the three steps necessary to develop a green plan including:
- Creating a baseline of the environmental footprint
- Developing reasonable green objectives
- Implementing green practices with potential for significant impact
After reading this white paper, you should be able to guide the development of a Green IT plan for your organization with simple and easy-to-implement tactics that will make a significant difference in the IT environmental footprint.
- Executive Overview
- Creating a Baseline
- Small Steps, Big Gain
Download the white paper: 3 Easy Building Blocks for a Profitable Green IT Strategy
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