Tuesday, November 27, 2012NEC thinks it can slash data centre power The server manufacturer will try to use new methods of convection heat transfer, used by a number of industries to reduce energy costs, to tame data centre power demand
Tuesday, September 11, 2012USB 3.0 devices charge faster, says group The newest version of the connectivity standard will not only transfer data faster than v2.0, it will also make charging devices quicker
Wednesday, May 30, 2012HP: New data centre technology easy on the grid Laboratory tests suggest there's a way to increase workloads without increasing power demand, says the equipment maker
Monday, April 16, 2012Apple, Chinese group to audit factory for pollution Initially, inspection will be carried out at the end of this month at a manufacturer of printed circuit boards
Thursday, January 19, 2012Why green data centres are cool Advances in cooling technology making data centres more power-efficient. Is it about Mother Earth, or is it about the money?
Thursday, January 05, 2012Ovum: businesses still missing out on power savings IT managers wrongly fear that PC power management solutions may disruptcore IT operations, says an industry analyst
Tuesday, January 03, 2012Most believe U.S. won't become fully paperless Laptops and tablets are are hot sellers, but only 20 per cent of those polled believe the United States will become all-electronic
Tuesday, December 20, 2011Power-efficient servers could get a shot in the ARM 2012 will see more organizations taking a look at running servers powered by energy-saving ARM processors. But many aren't willing to give up x86 yet
Wednesday, November 16, 2011Exascale computing seen in this decade At a supercomputing conference, the talk is all about the U.S. government's push to achieve a huge leap in computing power before the end of the decade
Friday, June 17, 2011Green energy to take centre stage in Ont. election Toronto-based electronics manufacturer Celestica, which said more investment in green energy will bring consumer and enterprise IT costs down, hopes the upcoming Ontario election avoids derailing the province’s clean energy policies
Monday, April 18, 2011The recession is over! Build an e-waste policy! With the economic crisis well behind many companies, green IT should no longer be an afterthought for Canadian IT and business leaders. How you can implement a proper end-of-life policy and stay off 60 Minutes
Friday, March 11, 2011Info-Tech seeks smartest and greenest IT Research firm's quest encourages companies to share best technology practices through awards. How to nominate your firm
Friday, March 04, 2011Global CIO group brings IT framework to Canada The Innovation Value Institute offers a tool to evaluate an organization’s technology maturity level, benchmark with industry peers and best practices, and identify a roadmap for improvement. Will it work here?
Tuesday, January 18, 2011Extreme Data pushes 'zero carbon footprint' PC A small company claims its new PC has a zero carbon footprint. Extreme Data says there's market for eco-friendly computers, but analysts are skeptical buyers will part from their tried-and-true brands
Wednesday, November 24, 2010Green IT: Train staff to think About sustainability IT staff may soon need to have technical expertise such as measuring data centre energy use, as well as be strategic thinkers who understand how global energy and climate trends affect their business
Thursday, June 10, 2010Meet the finalists: Canada’s Smartest IT The Quest for Canada’s Smartest IT, a program by Info-Tech Research Group, will announce winners for smartest and greenest IT companies on June 16. Meet the 10 finalists and find out what they are doing
Wednesday, April 21, 2010The Green Issue Experts tell us where we're making progress reducing IT’s environmental impact -- and where we’re not
Friday, March 05, 2010Open Text invests CD$225 million in R&D The enterprise content management vendor focuses on green IT, mobile apps and high-performance systems over the next five years across its Waterloo, Ottawa and Richmond Hill centres. Plus, 400 new jobs will be created
Thursday, January 07, 2010UBC saves $8 million, cuts paper waste by a quarter With Xerox Canada’s help, the University of British Columbia has embarked upon a $40-million six-year initiative to revamp its printing services. Plus, SAS Institute shares the green IT message it evangelized at COP15, the Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen last December
Thursday, October 22, 2009Greener recharging with Toshiba’s methanol cell charger The Dynario charger from Toshiba can power cell phone batteries by producing electricity from methanol, water and air
Tuesday, October 20, 2009Africa should force manufacturers to tackle e-waste Tech experts say Africa must enact e-waste laws that will compel electronic equipment manufacturers to pay for end-of-life disposal
Tuesday, October 20, 2009Top 10 IT trends for the next 5 years As users set up shadow IT systems via social networks and mobile devices, IT is poised to strike back with technologies such as client virtualization
Tuesday, October 13, 2009HP laptop cuts power consumption, extends battery life The Power Assistant feature on HP’s ProBook 6445b and ProBook 6545bcan reduce screen brightness or shut of wireless features to cut power consumption ...