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Metrics and Priorities for Green IT and Organizational Sustainability


In this keynote panel discussion from Uptime Institute Symposium 2011, Rami Branitzky (SAP), Christina Page (Yahoo!), Dr Nicole Peill-Moelter (Akamai Technologies) and John Pflueger (Dell) join John Stanley (The 451 Group) to discuss how they assess the sustainability of their operations.

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One thought on “Metrics and Priorities for Green IT and Organizational Sustainability

  1. The data center as a factory! John (Dr. Pflueger), and The Green Grid, are onto something. One can certainly make a strong argument for a business based data center metric that equates functional output in terms of energy, water, carbon, and natural resource inputs. Then, as noted by Dr. Peill-Moelter, we can trend these metrics over time and hopefully see that our efficiency and productivity efforts are indeed leading to a reduction in resource intensity.

    Excellent. We look forward to such a metric and recognize that even then we must focus our efficiency improvement activities across the entire cascade effect associated with IT and data center operations.

    http://www.emerson.com/edc/page/Cascade-Effect.aspx

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