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Green IT for Dummies

Information technology (IT) is an enormously complex field. It’s amazing enough that your applications run, that people can actually use them to get their work done, and that your systems stay up 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Green considerations add another layer to that complexity and bring new disciplines that IT people normally don’t study in depth.
In this book, we bring the basic information you need to find more efficient and environmentally responsible ways to meet your IT business goals and to leverage IT to move your entire organization in a greener direction. Green IT isn’t just about energy efficiencies but also about operational efficiencies that can improve the whole of your IT.
This book was created for IBM to highlight areas that IBM can help you with in your green journey. To a great extent, it is a subset of the full-length trade book, Green IT For Dummies. The full-length edition goes into greater detail and provides more direct step-by-step help, but this minibook gives a broad overview and helps you identify areas that may make good starting points for your Green journey. It matters less where you start than that
you start, and we wish you the best


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