IBMSoftware: A green strategy for your entire organization
For IT to impact the other 98% requires a new paradigm - one in whichsoftware is the key to realizing energy efficiencies throughout the organization - dramatically reducingenvironmental impact and energy costs. This paper explores optimization strategies around the key areas ofpeople, workloads and infrastructure, including entry points, relevant solutions, and demonstrated benefitsbeing achieved today with IBM Software solutions. Utilization of these capabilities can help you meet theincreasing challenges of energy efficiency, cost containment and compliance.
PRODUCT BRIEF: Taking an integrated approach to energy efficiency with IBM Tivoli software
This paper describes the critical importance of managing energy and provides an overview of the problems and issues associated with “greening” today’s enterprises. It then shares insights and solutions that organizations can use to optimize energy requirements while maintaining service levels. Specifically, it describes how IBM Tivoli® solutions offer an integrated approach for managing energy in the context of risk by providing an end-to-end view of IT resources, services, IT and facilities assets, energy costs and response time.
The truth about e-waste
Electronic products make up the fastest-growing portion of the waste stream. But discarded computers don't just take up space in a landfill. They spread a toxic cocktail of more than 100 chemicals, leaching lead, cadmium, barium and mercury in the soil. This white paper examines options other than throwing your company's old PCs in the garbage.
Mastering carbon management
As the planet heats up, so do regulatory mandates to reduce greenhouse gas
emissions worldwide. Much of the opportunity to address CO2 emissions rests
on the supply chain, compelling companies to look for new approaches to
managing carbon effectively – from sourcing and production, to distribution
and product afterlife. The trade-offs in the supply chain are no longer just about
cost, service and quality – but cost, service, quality and carbon. By incorporating
carbon reduction into their overall SCM strategy, companies can help reduce their
environmental emissions footprint, strengthen their brand image and develop
Data Center Management: The Key Ingredient for Reducing Server Power While Increasing Data Center Capacity
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