Lowering energy use in IT reduces spending in schools, report finds

11/8/2010 | T.H.E. Journal

Lowering IT energy consumption in schools has reduced spending in 63% of K-12 organizations that have adopted energy-efficiency programs, according to a report conducted for a technology company. The most popular way to reduce energy consumption is through the virtualization of servers and storage. But many districts are reporting obstacles to energy-saving initiatives, including cost and an inability to specifically measure IT energy use.

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