Green IT in Today's Environment

Green IT

Green IT in Today's Environment

Why Green IT? Few topics are receiving as much interest it the IT
community these days as "Green IT." Being "eco-friendly" and embracing
"Green IT" policies is no longer an objective, it is an imperative.
Whether it is being discussed in the context of reducing the cost of
electricity by managing power consumption, or as a way to demonstrate a
commitment to environmental responsibility, almost every IT organization
has some efforts underway to be greener. Reducing carbon footprint,
controlling greenhouse gases and demonstrating environmental awareness,
when added to the pure financial benefits of saving money with power
management, adds up to a big win-win for any organization pursuing Green

Cutting power consumption of PCs is one of the most obvious and common
ways of becoming greener. Power management provides direct savings in
utility expenditures that by itself justifies the effort. However, the
indirect result of reducing power consumption is a smaller carbon
footprint, reduced greenhouse gas emissions and a reduction in building
cooling load and costs during warm months. Less direct efforts, like
reducing the need to travel to remote locations to maintain PCs is another
way to further reduce the impact IT has on the environment. The challenge
remains doing all of these things efficiently and across an often
geographically dispersed organization, while still remaining responsive to
user's needs and usage patterns.

The Solution

Dell KACE Appliances are designed to save you time and your company money
by easily and efficiently providing comprehensive Green IT management
capabilities that ensure that PCs are always optimized for power savings
and resources are consumed only when necessary. They help eliminate travel
to remote sites through their remote management capabilities, reducing
overall energy consumption, and both appliances are additionally available
in virtual form factors to further lower data center power and cooling

* Using the configuration and policy management capabilities of the
K1000 Management Appliance, administrators can easily develop, deploy
and enforce power management profiles that control how quickly systems
go into low power states. Using the K1000 Power Management Wizard, an
administrator can create multiple power profiles that address the
unique user usage profiles for both Windows and Mac end users. The
K1000 helps IT professionals to monitor power settings via
customizable reports, ensuring enforcement and the realization of
lower energy costs. In many cases the reports can also be used to gain
eligibility for power company rebates.
* Using the Wake-on-LAN (WoL) capabilities of the K1000,
administrators can power on systems remotely for after hours patching
and updates from a centralized location. This means that maintenance
can be performed even on systems that have been powered down and are
* Reducing the need to make desk-side visits will save organizations a
significant amount of time and expense, and for remote locations, will
reduce the need to use fuel while traveling to and from those
facilities. Both the K1000 Management and K2000 Deployment Appliances
have many capabilities which reduce the need for desk-side visits.
* Powerful scripting allows for remote management and software
installation and update.
* Remote systems imaging and recovery centralizes deployment tasks for
geographically diverse organizations.
* Integrated remote control capability to allow administrators in a
central facility to logon and take over remote systems for problem
determination, repair and user assistance.
* Remote site replication capabilities allow administrators to manage
multi-site configurations from a single appliance, without the added
hardware and associated energy costs of alternative multi-server
software solutions. These capabilities help reduce the cost and
resources required to manage remote sites, and enable companies to
control the rising costs of travel to complete systems management
* For organizations with a VMware virtualized server infrastructure,
either the Dell KACE VK1000 Management Appliance or VK2000 Deployment
Appliance can be installed as virtual appliances, delivering all of
the systems management benefits of a physical appliances without
adding to the organization's power and cooling load while leveraging
the space and resource savings of virtual environments.

CONTACT us for detail

Fanky Christian
Business Development Director
IBEC Building 2nd Fl
Jl. KH Wahid Hasyim No.84-86
Jakarta Pusat, 10340, Indonesia
SMS: 62-21-98054359
Telp: 62-21-3924716
Fax: 62-21-3903432
mobile: 62-812-1057533

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