This Week's News From the Green Data Center Management Front

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Mar 1, 2010


Green computing isn't for tree huggers; it's about smart business decisions. Nowadays, it's about saving money as well as resources. Each Monday, the Enterprise IT Planet Green Blog reports the latest environmental-related IT news. Below are some of this week's stories.


  • A myriad of federal and state tax credits are available for Green IT projects related to data centers, and they don't all have to be new constructions to qualify.

  • The EPA is finalizing its Energy Star program for data centers, allowing rating of energy efficiency in data centers, that it plans to launch in June this year.

  • Numara Software facilitates the adoption of Green IT by enabling projects to obtain a more precise view of their current energy use and reconfiguring and deploying detailed solutions such as automatic hibernation and wake-up to recapture up to 40% of IT energy spending.
  • Among this week's developments in green data center management: myriad federal and state tax credits are now available for Green IT projects related to data centers; the EPA is finalizing its Energy Star program for data centers; and Numara Software has a way to help you better green your data center.

    Read this week's News Roundup on the Enterprise IT Planet Green Blog.

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