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Quick Poll: Is green IT dead and buried?

Quick Poll: Is green IT dead and buried?

For some companies, Green IT has been a key part of their long-term strategy. But it seemed every firm was jumping on the bandwagon not too long ago in a bid to offset the tech sector's image as environmentally unfriendly.

Now that the recession has turned everyone's focus to cost saving, sustainability that is an any way costly has been forced down the agenda.

Green IT wasn't all about saving the planet, because keeping tight control of energy costs helps the bottom line. But does being environmentally friendly still have a place as organisations struggle to make a dollar? And if it's less important, will firms suffer from not using green IT to enhance their public face.

Let us know if green IT was a passing fad, by voting at reseller.co.nz


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