Microsoft's director of facilities, Darrell Smith, explains how the company leveraged Big Data to transform energy usage at its Puget Sound campus.
Vieste Energy and Environmental Systems Design want to create a portfolio of U.S. data centers that run entirely on renewable energy.
How can the Internet and mobile networks use clean energy efficiently? Performance-optimized data centers are one place to start.
The company blames a growth in its infrastructure to accommodate more users for its swelling carbon footprint.
Tech titans are working with BSR to reduce the Internet's growing carbon footprint. Here are five hurdles they must overcome.
A new iOS app aims to help small and midsize businesses kick the tires and compare their sustainability efforts.
The social network's first data center in Europe runs on hydropower. What does Greenpeace say?
Plug in your company's numbers to find the potential savings of moving infrastructure and software offsite.
The IT trade association teams up with a U.N.-backed educational consortium to create new framework for responsible equipment disposal.
Despite some big gains, most high-tech companies still lag on clean power adoption and political advocacy for clean energy policies.
Tech giant's partnership with utility will enable companies operating energy-hungry data centers to expand their use of renewables.
Over the past two years, the social network giant has improved average efficiency by 38 percent.
This week's sustainable news roundup looks at a range of green IT news, the latest from sustainable food and farming, and much more.
The sales and marketing software company has set a long-term goal of sourcing 100 percent of its power from renewables.
E-commerce giant shares methodology that links specific lines of business to energy consumption and carbon emissions.
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Finding new ways to tap energy savings in the data center and participating in demand response programs.
At the company's North Carolina data center, 60 percent of energy will be produced by its own renewable sources.
Water and carbon sustainability will be an increasingly important metric for data centers.
Flash memory is helping companies shrink their server footprints and increase ROI.