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This book chapter takes a hard look at the value IT can add to the business by going green. There's more benefit than simply cost-savings on energy.
Author John Lamb's "The Greening of IT: How Companies Can Make a Difference for the Environment" seeks to address the issue of how IT can drive immense business value by going green.
Chances are your enterprise IT organization has a significant carbon footprint. In an era of unpredictable energy costs, reducing energy usage throughout your data centers and IT infrastructure represents a powerful cost-cutting opportunity. Now, Lamb, a green IT expert shows business and IT leaders how to drive powerful business value by improving IT's environmental performance.
The following excerpt focuses on Chapter 1, "The Importance of Green IT."
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