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Software That Saves Energy to Greenify Your Office

October 26th, 2012 | by Leon Harris

Faronics Power Save is a program that is made for businesses small and large that want to reduce their power consumption, saving money while doing their part for the environment. Although you can certainly make it company policy for employees to power down computers when they leave for the night, or request that they leave their electronics set so that they go into sleep mode when there is no activity for a set amount of time, it can be difficult to enforce such rules, especially in a large office with dozens or even hundreds of employees. But Faronics can help you here with software that monitors and regulates office electronics for you


Facebook Goes Green

February 23rd, 2012 | by Guest Contributor

Corporations often times leave us all thinking that they are the titans that will rule our world if we are not careful. In the case of Facebook, it has not been much of a target except for fears about its use of subscriber data. In a recent move the company announced that, inspired by the open source software model, they would initiate the Open Compute Project. After investing millions building a new data center in Prineville, Oregon the company announced all of the design specs for the data center. All of the specs were made public so others could easily emulate the data center, and it looks like Facebook is going green



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