Companies are moving toward implementing long-term green IT changes, IT Business Edge contributor Arthur Cole writes in his latest blog. These are long-term, structural renovations that will continue to fuel efficiencies and give the environment a break long after short-term financial considerations are met, he says.
Symantec estimates that a typical large enterprise coughs up close to $27 million for electricity to run its data centers. Even if these solutions produce a 10 percent reduction in consumption -- a reasonable target by any measure -- we're talking about quite a boost to the bottom line, Cole argues.
So, even the smallest of changes toward consuming less energy can help a business, large or small, save big bucks. Below is a list of the some of the green technology documents in the Knowledge Network that can help you start saving cash.