This Week on the Green Data Center Management Front

Monday Apr 5th 2010 by ServerWatch Staff
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Among the big news this week in green data center management: Singapore pledges to cut carbon emissions by 16 percent by 2020, and for the second year in a row, data security is the primary concern and driver of IT asset disposition compliance efforts.

Green computing may sound like a bunch of buzz, but it's really about smart biz, as well-versed sys admins know. It's as much about saving money as it is about resources. Each Monday, the Enterprise IT Planet Green Blog reports the latest environmental-related IT news. Below are some of this week's stories.


  • Singapore has pledged to reduce its carbon emissions by 16 percent by 2020, and Green IT is leading the way in this high-tech industrial city.
  • For the second year in a row, data security is the primary concern and driver of IT Asset Disposition compliance efforts, according to a new survey.
  • The UC San Diego Energy Dashboard allows users to see up-to-the-second information on a structure-by-structure basis for 60 of the largest buildings on the La Jolla campus, as part of the university's commitment to sustainability and green practices.

Read this week's News Roundup at the Enterprise IT Planet Green Blog.

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