The IT horizon is looking green

The IT horizon is looking green

The amount of power consumed by data centres doubled from 2000 to 2005, according to Jonathan Koomey, consulting professor at...

August 12th, 2007 Bart Parsons

The realities of green computing

The realities of green computing

More and more lately, IT vendors trumpet their electronic-waste recycling and "takeback" programs, where manufacturers accept responsibility for the full...

August 6th, 2007 Nancy Weil

Dead computer? Make sure it gets a decent burial

Dead computer? Make sure it gets a decent burial

In old Tarzan movies, you never saw dead elephant carcasses scattered across the African landscape. That’s because every dying pachyderm...

September 25th, 2005 Dan McLean

Manufacturing a cleaner option

Manufacturing a cleaner option

Some Canadian IT vendors believe responsible recycling should not be a wasted effort. Taking a strong stance against the exporting...

August 18th, 2005 Mari-Len De Guzman

Privacy? It’s spelled r-e-c-y-c-l-i-n-g

Privacy? It’s spelled r-e-c-y-c-l-i-n-g

Richard Purcell, chief executive officer of the Corporate Privacy Group, and a widely respected authority on privacy and security, created...

April 4th, 2005 Robert Parkins

UN study: Think upgrade before buying new PC

UN study: Think upgrade before buying new PC

A United Nations University study into the environmental impact of personal computers, due to be published later Monday, has found...

March 7th, 2004 Martyn Williams

JEITA: Deleting data from hard disks won’t erase it

JEITA: Deleting data from hard disks won’t erase it

An organization backed by Japan's largest electronics companies has issued a warning to PC users that data stored on the...

April 14th, 2002 Kuriko Miyake

Deleting data from hard disks won’t erase it

Deleting data from hard disks won’t erase it

A organization backed by Japan's largest electronics companies has issued a warning to PC users that data stored on the...

April 11th, 2002 Kuriko Miyake