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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Launches Website, Helping Customers Make Environmentally Friendly PC Decisions

    When we talk about energy consumption most people think about the electricity used by your PC, kitchen appliances, TV or smartphone. However, the manufacturing process of these products also comes at a cost as it requires a material and energy-intensive process to create them. To make the computer or...
  • Blog Post: Maximize your IT energy efficiency to save money—and the planet

    Government budgets are a lot like family budgets these days: there’s barely enough money to go around. In our house, we flip the light switch off to save money and energy, and there’s no reason why governments can’t do the same. Here are three ways that the public sector can “flip...
  • Blog Post: Developers (and Incentives) – The Missing Link in IT Resource Efficiency

    A couple of weeks ago I returned from an energizing two days at The Green Grid (TGG) Forum 2013 . TGG Forum is a yearly event for TGG members and non-members to network and learn about the latest projects that The Green Grid membership is working on. This year, I was honored and excited to present the...
  • Blog Post: Join Microsoft at The Green Grid Forum 2013

    Microsoft plays an important role as a board member company of The Green Grid, the premier global organization focused on improving resource efficiency in information technology and data centers. As such, I’d like to encourage you to attend The Green Grid Forum 2013 on March 5-6 at the Santa Clara...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Portugal Employee Receives Sustainability Action Award

    Each quarter, the company gives out an Environmental Sustainability Action Award, along with a donation to an environmental charity of the winner’s choice, in recognition of an employee or team who has shown leadership, exemplifying how Microsoft and its employees can have a positive impact on...
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