From the emergence modular data centers to the advance of green products, 2008 proved another strong year for green tech
IT departments continue to boost spending on green initiatives, Forrester reports.
Data centers can lower their carbon footprints by scheduling routine but flexible tasks for off-hours.
'Greenergy' forum highlights plans for recycling, green packaging, cutting energy consumption, and more.
Only 44 percent of computers entering the secondary market end up in the hands of a new owner, despite the fact that worldwide demand is greater than supply.
With most Americans switching their mobile handsets once every 18 months, the need to find safe ways to dispose of old cell phones has grown.
Nokia still tops the Greenpeace Guide to Greener Electronics, which is increasingly focusing on manufacturers' energy consumption and greenhouse gas production.
The UK leads in green IT strategy, although research reveals that half of European firms are making headway.
Nokia, Motorola, and LG all lay claim to the top of one electronics recycling firm's list of most frequently collected models.