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How can you get started with green IT?

Find out in this webinar:
Title: How Green is Your IT?
Date: Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Time: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific

Featuring Aberdeen Group research director Carol Baroudi and moderated by ESJ editorial director James E. Powell, this webcast explores:
  • The drivers behind green IT
  • What benefits IT can realistically expect (from the desktop to the data center)
  • Benchmarks for green IT
  • Aspects to a green data center IT typically doesn't consider in ROI equations
  • Best practices for a green IT project
  • Where the technology is headed
Get started with green IT immediately without the need for budget approval or an architectural overhaul. Sign up today! 

About the Presenter:
Carol Baroudi is a research director for Green IT and Sustainability at the Aberdeen Group and is the lead author of Green IT For Dummies.

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