How Software efficiencies help Businesses Go Green

It is widely known that companies have become more conscious about their impact on the environment, and with the 40th anniversary of Earth Day approaching, Microsoft is driving new efficiencies for organizations that deliver significant savings. Lets take a look at some perspectives and capabilities. Beginning with Operating System, Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 […]

It is widely known that companies have become more conscious about their impact on the environment, and with the 40th anniversary of Earth Day approaching, Microsoft is driving new efficiencies for organizations that deliver significant savings. Lets take a look at some perspectives and capabilities. Beginning with Operating System, Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 are the most efficient Windows products ever built. Windows 7 has driven efficiency through some key investments in platform including performance optimizations, idle resource utilization, device power management, and key end-user scenarios focus. “HP Integrated Lights Out – iLO is an embedded server management technology exclusive to HP. Dell OpenManage technology available in 11th (11G) generation PowerEdge servers provides new Embedded Management functionality that streamlines common maintenance processes, like system deployment remote management and update, by embedding the management and enablement tools directly onto the hardware.”

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