Find the information you need to move your organization to an energy-efficient IT policy.
Many Climate Savers Computing members are actively involved in research around green computing and sustainable IT issues. The following reports were sponsored by one or more Climate Savers Computing member companies.
Wake on LAN technology allows a network administrator to remotely turn on or “wake” a computer from a sleep state. Remotely powering on computers to perform scheduled maintenance tasks allows them to be turned off over night, thereby reducing power consumption without interfering with maintenance processes.
For a more detailed description of Wake on LAN technology, visit this definition.
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Enterprise Case Studies
Learn best practices for deploying aggressive power management across your entire organization. The following case studies outline steps companies are taking to save money with computer power management.
Although power management can be standard to implement on individual desktop and notebook computers, adopting power management across an enterprise computer system requires a more thoughtful approach. These papers address power management solutions and strategies for the enterprise, its associated benefits and how to make power management more efficient.
The Climate Savers Computing white paper provides a program overview, detailed technical specifications and answers to frequently asked questions.
The CSCI Power Management System Design Guide addresses specific reliability challenges of sleep state standby (S3) technology and offers instructions on how to build energy-efficient, power-managed client platforms.