Green IT for Enterprises

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Enterprise energy cost reduction without impacting on business.
Computers are one of the fastest growing electrical loads in the business world. Each year, more and more computers are purchased and put to use. But it’s not just the number of computers that is driving energy consumption upward. The way that we use computers also adds to the increasing energy burden.
Research reveals that most personal desktop computers are not being used most of the time that they are running, and many personal computers worldwide are needlessly left running continuously.

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Green IT for GOVs, EDUs & NPOs

school pcs webGovernment agencies, universities, schools, and non-profit organizations can now take control of their IT energy use, reduce costs, and make a difference by demonstrating citizenship, stewardship of finite resources, and reducing their environmental impact. Auto Shutdown Manager will help them to take these important steps. See our special offers!
Auto Shutdown Manager is already installed in many schools and universities all over the world, such as UC Berkeley in the USA, Herricks College in New York, USA, the University of Applied Science in Osnabrück, Germany, the University Erlangen-Nürnberg in Germany, BWZ Switzerland, HSR Switzerland, Garibaldi College in the UK, St. Joseph College in Australia - and many others.

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Green IT for Private Users

sleeping girl pcManage the wake up, shut down and sleep modes of your home server and clients.

Many computes are idle - often during the night - to process certain long operations that would occupy the machine during the day. The major disadvantage, even after finalizing all operations, is that the computer draws power while idle until the user returns the next morning. This typical behavior not only wastes a tremendous amount of energy, but also shortens the machine’s life cycle. Compared to older computer generations, today’s machines are designed to be switched on and off several times per day.

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