pc power management

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Victoria University of Wellington rolls out IT energy efficiency project for 3700 PCs

September 17, 2014

Victoria University of Wellington Chooses 1E to Support Cross-Campus IT Energy Efficiency Initiatives

New Zealand University Saves 619,000 kWh/year, Realizes ROI on Implementation in 1.5 years

Turning Off PCs, Lowering Bills

Bank: Kiwibank
Problem: Half of the bank's PCs were typically left running overnight and on weekends, adding needlessly to the bank's utility costs.
Solution: A power management solution that automatically shuts computers off when they're not being used.

Webinar 29 Sept 2011 Technical Session - PC Energy Management

On behalf of the Energy Management Association of New Zealand please join me for a technical session on PC energy management for the enterprise.

Space is limited.
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1E Reaches $1 Billion in Customer Savings by Continuing to Lead Charge Against Excess in Corporate IT

1E Expands IT Efficiency Leadership in 2010 with Record Revenue Growth and Strong Customer Demand

Why CIOs Should See Their Power Bills

The planet pays when CIOs aren't aware of information technology's energy cost.

Robin Johnson 09.10.10, 6:00 AM ET - CIO at Dell

The obvious first step for reducing any organisation's energy use is to measure it and find ways to lower it. So why is it that the overwhelming majority of CIOs--owners of their companies' information technology infrastructure and consumers of huge amounts of energy--never see a power bill?

Microsoft's Partnership with 1E: Advances in Power Management

Brad Anderson, CVP of Microsoft's Management and Security Division (MSD), chats with Sumir Karayi, CEO of 1E, one of Microsoft's key partners in client and server management.

After talking briefly about the history of their partnership, the two turn to a detailed discussion on the importance of power management in enterprises and how 1E solutions, coupled with System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3, can help large organizations save substantially on infrastructure costs.

HSBC saves $1m in energy costs by turning off computers

Rebecca Thomson - ComputerWeekly
Friday 30 July 2010 15:35

HSBC has saved more than $1m in energy costs after rolling out technology that shuts down 300,000 PCs during evenings and weekends.

The bank is implementing the shut-down system across its international network, eventually reaching all 8,000 offices in the 88 countries it operates in.

It has completed the roll-out on 300,000 machines so far, saving $1,090,180 in energy costs by closing down the computers overnight.

Wake On LAN Made Easy

One of the most common myths and misconceptions around power management is Wake-On-LAN and its shortcomings.  IT administrators still mistakenly believe that Wake on LAN (WOL) is not ‘enabled’ on their network and hence power management is not an option as they have no ability to wake devices for patching purposes.

1E features in keynote at MMS 2010

April 22, 2010 — A key highlight for 1E occurred in the Wednesday morning keynote for Brad Anderson where 1E CEO, Sumir Karayi featured in an exclusive keynote video outlining why 1Es energy efficient IT solutions are seen by Microsoft as best of breed.