Want To Save Energy? Buy More Software
Microsoft has been making some decent efforts in the area of green computing.
A nearly free hypervisor is one great move.
Now Microsoft is touting the benefits of System
Center Configuration Manager, which is Energy Star-compliant by virtue of
its ability to configure hardware to hibernate, sleep and shut down when not
My only complaint? Vista is a huge hardware hog, meaning we're wasting lots
of watts running this OS -- at least, those of you that have taken the plunge.
Is your shop energy-aware? If so, what do you do to save on power? Give us
your best suggestions by writing email@example.com.
Posted by Doug Barney on August 11, 2008 at 11:52 AM