The 17th edition of the rankings shines the light on new leaders and laggards in the IT industry.
President Barack Obama has ordered federal agencies to beef up their green IT practices, but a lack of baselines and performance targets makes it difficult to assess how these efforts are...
Traceability and transparency take center stage as Motorola tests a conflict-free supply chain for minerals from the Congo.
'Move fast and break things' is a core motto at the apex social network; three EDF Climate Corps fellows leap into Facebook's Palo Alto headquarters to apply the concept to quickly breaking the...
Automating user help-desk request and launching self-service installs could collectively save companies billions of dollars per year.
Agressive power management of computers could mean big savings for Penn State.
Although awareness of and action on responsible electronics recycling are quickly accelerating, there's still no serious solution in sight for dealing with mountains of toxic trash.
From telework to the smart grid, here's how the IT industry can help countries reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Green IT comes in many forms, from making data centers more efficient to printing less to replacing physical meetings with virtual meet-ups.
Just over six months after a law went into effect prioritizing IT energy efficiency in the state, California's offices have saved enough energy to power 2,000 homes for a year.
Verdiem adds support for Mac computers in its updated power management software.
The effort, launched with big-name companies that include Panasonic, Best Buy, Sony and Toshiba, would triple the amount of e-waste recycled in 2010.
New rules implemented by an industry trade association and spearheaded the two computing companies went into effect this month, slowing or stopping purchases of minerals from the Democratic...
Researchers at Rice University have trimmed away little-used circuits on microchips to improve energy efficiency and computing speed by sacrificing accuracy.
In the last five years, Hewlett-Packard has managed to reduce the energy its products need to operate by 50 percent.
A recent issue of the Journal of Industrial Ecology takes on real-world implementations of green IT, showing how technology can make everything from manufacturing to irrigation to the government...
The race is on to establish supply chain standards capable of tackling Congo's conflict minerals ahead of new U.S. legislation.
France's second-largest package delivery service recently undertook a comprehensive PC power management project. Here's what went right -- and wrong -- and five tips that can help your company...
The laptop earned the Sustainable Product Certification from Underwriters Labs for its energy efficiency, reduction in toxic chemicals, and use of recycled materials in its design.
A team of students from Stanford and Aalto University in FInland has an answer to the problem of e-waste: They've designed a fully recyclable laptop that can be taken apart by hand in less than...