Efficient Energy Management White paper shows how Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3 support Green IT

According to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, less than 10% of all enterprise PCs in use has power management capabilities turned on. Why? Because users often disable power-saving settings out of fears of data corruption or simply from force of habit, or IT disables the features to support nightly IT operations such as upgrades & patching. […]

According to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, less than 10% of all enterprise PCs in use has power management capabilities turned on. Why? Because users often disable power-saving settings out of fears of data corruption or simply from force of habit, or IT disables the features to support nightly IT operations such as upgrades & patching. True to Microsoft’s continued commitment to providing Green IT solutions, next release of System Center Configuration Manager will help organizations get the most out of energy-savings hardware without introducing unnecessary risks of data corruption or productivity loss. Microsoft published a new white paper, “Efficient Energy Management: Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3” that explains how Configuration Manager centralizes client power management to reduce costs & energy consumption:


Efficient Energy Management: Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3

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