Download Webinar: The State of Sustainable IT

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Sustainability is no longer an option but a necessity. As the technology industry continues to push the boundaries of innovation, it is crucial to recognize the environmental consequences that may arise. Sustainable IT practices have emerged as a critical solution to mitigate these impacts and promote environmental responsibility.

The significance of sustainable IT practices cannot be overstated. By incorporating eco-friendly strategies into their operations, organizations can not only reduce their carbon footprint but also contribute to a more sustainable future. From reducing electronic waste to embracing renewable energy sources, sustainable IT practices encompass a wide range of initiatives that prioritize the well-being of our planet.

In any organization that relies on technology, prioritizing sustainable IT practices is not only socially responsible but also economically beneficial. By embracing circular economy models, such as as-a-service and FutureValue, businesses can optimize resource utilization and minimize waste generation. This shift towards a circular economy not only reduces environmental impact but also promotes long-term cost savings.

Furthermore, green IT procurement plays a crucial role in sustainable IT practices. By adhering to EPEAT standards and environmentally preferable purchasing programs, organizations can ensure that the electronics they acquire are environmentally friendly. Many companies are now implementing policies around green procurement, recognizing the significance of sourcing sustainable technology solutions.

One area that deserves special attention is green data centers. These data centers are designed with sustainability in mind, focusing on reducing energy consumption and minimizing environmental impact. By adopting energy-efficient practices, such as utilizing renewable energy sources and optimizing cooling systems, green data centers are key to reducing the carbon footprint of the IT industry.

As technology continues to advance, it is crucial to prioritize environmental responsibility and mitigate the potential negative impacts. By embracing circular economy models, implementing green IT procurement strategies, and investing in green data centers, organizations can contribute to a more sustainable future while reaping the benefits of cost savings and enhanced reputation.

Download our webinar playback and listen to our panel discuss the top 3 IT Sustainability Trends and where to start your journey. 


Emery Geosits, Executive Director, Global IT Alliance

Tom Willshaw, Sustainability Programs Lead, Compugen Systems, Inc.

Brent Smiley, VP, ITAD Programs, Green4Good

Topics Include:

Circular Economy
- Sustainable IT Use Models (as-a-service, FutureValue)
- Circular Economy Models
Green IT Procurement
- EPEAT Standards
- Environmentally preferable purchasing programs for electronics
- Companies are implementing more policies around green procurement
Green Data Centers
- Green data centers – the key to reducing the environmental impact of IT


Topics: Device as a Service (DaaS), Modern Workspace, Sustainable IT

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