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    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Green Power for the future Presented by Madhumitha.S Shilpa.W For team Marsvapours
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) calls for a 50-85% reduction in CO2 emissions by 2050 to mitigate risks of climate change
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Power Supplies & Distribution Inefficiencies and Energy Waste
      • Grid supplies and facilities
      • Need improvements in building
      • and facilities
      • Distribution and management of
      • energy
      • Use of more-efficient
      • . Generators
      • . Beware of efficiency vs.
      • reliability
      • AC vs. DC
      • . Efficiency vs. usage
      • . Safety of high-voltage systems
      • UPS * PDU units
      • . Need to improve efficiency
      • . Rotary and cell
      • . Better power monitoring
      • CHP
      • . Adoption of combined units
      • improves usage
      • . Use of economizers (lower
      • operating temperatures)
      • Computer
      • More-efficient power
      • supplies
      • . Multiple vs. single supply
      • . Availability vs. energy use
      • Focus on fans/blowers
      • . Idle power usage vs.
      • peak
      • . Technology, patents
      • Electrical conversion at the
      • server
      • . Use of multiple paths
      • Processors
      • . Dynamic power vs.
      • leakage
      • . Horizontal scaling, cores
      • . Silicon
      • Energy management
      • software
      • . Use of server
      • management tools
      • . External tools
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT  
      • Green energy is the term used to describe
      • sources of energy that are considered to be environmentally friendly and non-polluting,
      • such as geothermal, wind, solar, and hydro. Sometimes nuclear power is also considered
      • a green energy source.
      • Green energy sources are often considered "green" because they are perceived to lower carbon emissions and create less pollution.
      Green Energy
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Energy efficiency and energy saving
      • Reduction in energy demand can be achieved by improving the
      • energy efficiency of the service provided (technological aspect)
      • and/or by realizing energy savings without necessarily making
      • technological improvements (behavioral aspect) and of course
      • through a combination of them.
      • However improved energy efficiency - i.e. replacing a technology
      • with a more energy efficient one - is not per se assuring energy
      • savings, and there are numerous examples where as results of
      • introducing a more efficient.
      • • Traditionally EE policies and programmes have been designed to
      • improve the ratio between the energy consumed and the service
      • provided, i.e. energy efficiency. Policies (apart energy taxation)
      • have not always supported real and sustainable genuine energy
      • savings, nor behavior changes;
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Energy Savings and Renewable Energies
      • 2020 Energy efficiency (EE) and renewable energy (RES) targets
      • needs policy support and the introduction of innovative
      • sustainable energy policies.
      • • EE & RES policies following similar logic and operational
      • principles
      • Energy efficiency polices and programmes have taken many
      • different forms: labels and standards, building codes, information
      • campaigns, voluntary agreements, taxation, investment subsidies
      • and financial incentives.
      • For RES policies have been more focussed around creating
      • financial incentives for the investment uptake and for the
      • operation of RES installations.
      • Incentives for energy savings are a new concept, however saved
      • energy kWh and renewable energy supply kWh are the same.
      • Saving quotas coupled with tradable certificates are being
      • successfully introduced for energy efficiency. The introduction of
      • an equivalent FIT for energy savings in electricity does not exist
      • yet
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Profitability of Ten Energy Efficiency Measures
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   The System Technology Challenge/Drivers
      • More Speed!
      • Higher Density!
      • More Data Capacity!
      • More Bandwidth!
      • Lower Cost!
      • Smaller!
      • More Portable!
      • More Open!
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Technical Challenges and Solutions
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Trends That Affect Power, Packaging,and Cooling
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Challenges
      • Server designs have reached several limits:
      • – Power supply density: cooling a bottleneck, continued push higher
      • – Thermal: ability to move enough air to cool at server, rack and building levels
      • – Accoustics: increased airflow = more noise
      • Ability to provide primary power, building and rack: over 30kW per rack
      • – Higher power driving higher input currents
      • • Running out of AC ampacity with primary connector, C13/C14 must use C19/C20 and further as input connectors
      • – Racks require more capacity than 60A 3-phase service
      • Energy Efficient Designs
      • – “ 80 plus" desktop initiative gaining interest in Server market
      • Other technology drivers
      • – Number of planar voltages is increasing.
      • • To conserve planar area, VRMs & SIPs need to be more common /smaller
      • – Lower load voltages, 1.8V, 1.5V, 1.2V, etc., coupled with high dynamic loads continues to drive "point- of- load"VRs.
      • – Power Management
      • • Growing need to monitor currents and power
      • • Dynamic voltage adjustments
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   The Intelligent Utility Network (IUN) leverages grid digitization & pervasive & pervasive communications networks…enabling “informed decision making informed decision making”
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Real Real-time analytics and optimization for intelligent power grids time analytics and optimization for intelligent power grids
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   The 7/24 World
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Power Availability
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Increasing Availability of Power There are several options available that can be deployed independently or in combination 􀁏 Improved power distribution 􀁏 Distributed transfer switches 􀁏 Dual or triple cord solutions 􀁏 Dual redundant DC power Supplies 􀁏 Redundancy in applications 􀁏 Increased serviceability - reduced Mean Time to repair … or we can increase the availability of the Power Source
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Increasing Availability of Power Parallel redundant systems offer substantially increased availability 􀁏 Can provide “high 9’s” availability 􀁑 The best opportunity to increase availability at the source 􀁏 There are two fundamental technical issues to solve for parallel redundant power systems 􀁑 Control and stability of two or more AC power sources being paralleled 􀁑 Elimination of all potential system-level single-point-of-failure 􀁏 The resulting performance is depending on design implementation of: 􀁑 Load sharing 􀁑 Fault isolation
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Increasing Availability - Redundancy There are three major considerations for parallel redundant systems 􀁏 Degree of autonomy 􀁏 Complexity of implementation 􀁏 Degree of integration
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Degree of Autonomy The degree of autonomy of the individual modules can have a significant impact on the overall system performance. 􀁏 Interdependency between modules must be minimized 􀁏 Avoid Legacy master control scheme 􀁑 Modules are not autonomous 􀁑 Master control is a single-point-of-failure 􀁑 Typically end up with common shared signals
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Degree of Complexity Complexity is judged in relation to the simplest possible system, i.e., modules without paralleling 􀁏 No or minimized amount of added circuitry 􀁏 Simplified inter-module wiring 􀁏 Maximize the level of integration to modules
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Degree of Integration Degree of integration refers to the intrinsic versus extrinsic nature of the circuit or algorithm needed for parallel operation. 􀁏 Intrinsic components are always operational, regardless of whether a module is in parallel or operating standalone. 􀁏 Extrinsic components must be conditionally switched-in at the appropriate times. Extrinsic components often leave vulnerabilities that must be scrutinized.
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   POWER development team
    •   THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT Paralleling of DC Power Supplies 􀁏 Conventional method to provide scalability and increase availability of power 􀁏 Hotswap supplies increase serviceability and reduces MTTR 􀁏 Isolation and load share relatively trivial for DC Power Supplies
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   The AC difference 􀁏 Phase angle difference determines how power is shared between sources 􀁏 Amplitude difference causes reactive currents to flow between sources 􀁏 Voltage and current harmonic content may cause circulating currents
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Legacy Systems
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Legacy Systems
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Powerware Hot SyncTM
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Powerware Hot Sync SyncTM Hot SyncTM combines digital signal processing (DSP) and a simple algorithm to provide automatic load sharing and selective tripping in a parallel system.
      • Continuously monitors the output power and treats the data as though it is stabilizing a connection to another AC source
      • No control wiring required between modules for current sharing or selective tripping
      • Eaton developed technology – US patents # 5,745,356 & 5,745,355
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Powerware Hot Sync SyncTM Load Sharing independent of the need to synchronize with another source.
      • Designed to share load with any power source,
      • including the utility
      • Provides flexibility and scalability
      • The UPS can be decentralized into the server
      • equipment and still operate in parallel with
      • additional server racks
      • Ideal for distributed power system applications
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Hot Sync TM Load Share Pictorial Parallel load share control algorithm constantly drives the module to carry the least amount of load. This will drive Module 1 back in Phase with Module 2.
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   The powerware protects against:
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Applications of power ware: Data centers Server farms Telecommunication installations Internet service providers Transportation systems Security operations Broadcasting and entertainment Process control equipment Financial systems Credit card operations Medical / Healthcare Industrial systems
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Selective Tripping Selective tripping is a key function to guarantee system performance
      • In case of a failed UPS module, the unit is
      • automatically removed from operation while the
      • other modules remains on line.
      • When used in conjunction with load sharing, the
      • remaining modules seamlessly assume the
      • entire load.
      • Fast determination of internal vs. external cause.
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Creating the Trip Function Cycle to cycle power flow is used as discriminator
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Hot SyncTM Benefits
      • Can provide up to 7x9’savailability of power
      • Ultimate scalability with no additional controls
      • Modules in Parallel:
      • - are absolute peers
      • - have absolute autonomy
      • - use 100% intrinsic components
      • Seamless transition from capacity to redundancy
      • Increased serviceability
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Managing home power usage
      • Home owners trade off comfort versus price, which defines a
      • virtual thermostat model
      • Virtual thermostats then bid into the real-time energy market to buy
      • electricity
      • By changing the energy market model, grid optimization can factor in any
      • metrics or constraints necessary, such as outages, weather, or even carbon
      • intensity
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Carbon management for electricity The estimation and monitoring of carbon footprint consumption of electricity and carbon emissions to provide a framework for optimal abatement strategies and model optimal abatement options for carbon reduction
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT  
      • A 100-watt bulb produces more light than two 50-watt bulbs.
      • You can conserve energy by using fewer light bulbs with
      • higher wattage while receiving the same amount of light.
      • Switch to compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs)
      • – CFL bulbs are more expensive, but even the
      • cheapest energy saving CFLs will typically last for 5,000
      • hours compared to only just over 1,000 hours on average
      • for the best conventional bulbs.
      • A compact florescent light bulb Lasts 7,500 to 10,000 hours
      • AND uses one third the wattage of an Incandescent bulb.
      • One ton of carbon dioxide that is released In the air can be
      • prevented by replacing every 75-watt light bulbs with energy-
      • efficient bulbs
      Best Practices
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT  
      • To stop "phantom loads" when devices are not in use, unplug them or connect them to power strips, which can then be turned off.
      • Look For The ENERGY STAR Label If a product has the ENERGY STAR seal, it meets certain energy efficiency standards.
      • Computer Power Management Enable low-power sleep modes and turn off computers and monitors at night.
      • Use power management features to throttle power based on use.
      • Use a low power state or shut servers down when not in use.
      • Use management software to automate changing the power
      • status of equipment.
      • Use energy efficient softwares ..
      . Contd..
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   IBM Case Study: Energy Efficient Technologies And Services IBM can help businesses identify the most appropriate solutions to the full spectrum of problems now being faced, and help them on their path into green computing.
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Case Studies: Customers achieve significant results using energy efficient technologies and services.
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   IBM software plays a key role in cutting costs and carbon emissions.
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   IBM:Extended Attributes of a Greener Organization
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   IBM Software for a Greener World
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   IBM Software for a Greener World
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   IBM Software for a Greener World
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Energy efficient components: IBM Technologies
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   IBM Technologies for Green Systems
      • IBM POWER6 EnergyScale™ technology
      • – Power trending, power saving, capping of maximum power,
      • thermal measurement
      • – Manages power across processor components, cores, and
      • instruction units
      • IBM Director with Active Energy Manager
      • – Enables platform monitoring and reporting of energy usage across
      • the IT
      • – Provides dynamic workload distribution to optimize IT energy
      • usage
      • IBM Rear Door Heat eXchanger
      • – Removes heat from the rack with water cooling, substantially
      • reducing heat
      • – Removes requirements for fans and associated electricity
      • IBM BladeCenter
      • – Utilizes efficient energy components and a shared infrastructure
      • – Lower power consumption when compared to many alternative
      • designs
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   IBM Power Systems
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   POWER5 vs POWER6 Pipeline Comparison Pipeline Comparison • POWER6 processor is ~2X frequency of POWER5 • POWER6 instruction pipeline depth equivalent to POWER5
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Power6 Systems: New Power Server Family
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Transforming paper driven processes
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Paper Use Facts
      • The pulp and paper industry consumes 42 percent of all wood harvested for industrial uses.
      • Paper products are the single largest component of the garbage that goes into landfills and incinerators.
      • The pulp and paper industry is the single largest industrial consumer of water and polluter of water.
      • Experts project a 70 percent increase in tropical and subtropical timber harvesting specifically for papermaking in less than a decade.
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Paper Production Environmental Impact
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Paper management
      • Paper makes up 56% of our solid waste. The burning of paper gives off air pollution, while the recycling of paper cuts our waste load over a third and saves precious forests.
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   It’s Time to Reduce Office Paper Use
      • Saving paper saves money and the environment. A typical office environment uses 10,000 sheets of office paper per person and disposes of about 350 pounds of wastepaper per person per year.
      • A program to conserve and recycle paper can boost employee morale, by giving employees an opportunity to be involved in a long-term effort to protect the environment.
      • A successful program will help your company or organization meet the important objective of doing business in environmentally sustainable ways.
      Recycling paper is a great start, but REDUCING paper use delivers greater environmental benefits.
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Which industries have the most paper driven processes? • Banking • Insurance • Government • Healthcare
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Where else are paper forms? • Applying for a job • Claiming expenses • Authorizing invoices • Requesting a quotation • Customer feedback
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Costs of Paper Driven Processes Traditional costs … 􀂃 Paper and printing 􀂃 Unused form disposal 􀂃 Archival and storage ...and hidden costs that can slow business 􀂃 Lengthy completion times 􀂃 Validation and error checking 􀂃 Data re-keying 􀂃 Physical routing time & complex approval chains 􀂃 Data aggregation across forms
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   A vision for paper processes.
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Market Approach and Differentiation Key technology drivers ; XML, XForms, Web Services, digital signatures Key business drivers: compliance, productivity, signing/approvals
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   eForm process benefits More than 80% of the processes in public and private businesses depend on forms. ( IDC) Enterprises are seeking electronic process enablers, not just forms on the web. ( Gartner) E-forms based on XML architecture will redefine paper-intensive processes and become the standard for Web-based-forms. ( Gartner) The real value of electronic forms lies in its ability to reduce the bureaucracy associated with paper forms rather than simply replicating it. ( Gartner) Source: Gartner
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Workplace Forms Workplace Forms helps reduce the time, costs, and problems inherent to manual, paper based forms processes. Providing far more than simple electronic print and fill capabilities, Workplace Forms aids in streamlining and automating end-to-end business processes that are initiated by forms
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Workplace Form Components Presentation Layer • Pixel-perfect for duplicating paper forms
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Workplace Form Components Presentation Layer • Pixel-perfect for duplicating paper forms • Guided-interview, or wizard, driven
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Workplace Form Components Presentation Layer • Pixel-perfect for duplicating paper forms • Guided-interview, or wizard, driven Business Logic • Capture forms processes in the form • Integrate business process workflows
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Workplace Form Components Presentation Layer • Pixel-perfect for duplicating paper forms • Guided-interview, or wizard, driven Business Logic • Capture forms processes in the form • Integrate business process workflows Data Instances • Based on W3C XForms specification • Multiple XML payloads for integration • Validate against external XML Schemas
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Workplace Form Components Presentation Layer • Pixel-perfect for duplicating paper forms • Guided-interview, or wizard, driven Business Logic • Capture forms processes in the form • Integrate business process workflows Data Instances • Based on W3C XForms specification • Multiple XML payloads for integration • Validate against external XML Schemas File Attachments • Capture complete transaction • Supplemental or associated e-forms • MS Office, videos, faxes, etc.
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Workplace Form Components Presentation Layer • Pixel-perfect for duplicating paper forms • Guided-interview, or wizard, driven Business Logic • Capture forms processes in the form • Integrate business process workflows Data Instances • Based on W3C XForms specification • Multiple XML payloads for integration • Validate against external XML Schemas File Attachments • Capture complete transaction • Supplemental or associated e-forms • MS Office, videos, faxes, etc.
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT  
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Workplace Forms simplifies forms for end users, saving them time and effort
      • Guided wizards helps make complex forms easier for end-users
      • Error checking at point of data entry
      • Pixel-precise eForms that may be completed
      • online or offline
      • Pre-populated data from backend systems
      • reduces demands on end users
      • Reach more form users with global eForms in 26 languages
      • Rich client or zero-foot print eForms
      Clients are more satisfied when they can do business more easily and efficiently with your organization.
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Browser-Based and Rich Client Forms
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Workplace Forms creates intelligent forms with custom business rules that validate form input at the point of entry
      • Reduce or eliminate the need for back
      • office error checking
      • Free up staff to work on more productive
      • business tasks.
      • Integration with backend systems reduces
      • or eliminates manual re-keying of data.
      • Store all elements of a process in one file
      When your staff no longer has to re-key data or correct errors, you can refocus them on higher value activities
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Workplace Forms helps reduce human handling of forms, allowing for more business in the same amount of time. Reduce or eliminate physical routing of forms Reduce or eliminate need for re-keying of data and error correction Shorten approval cycle times with sectional and overlapping digital signatures. Unleash forms for more quickly available and more easily generated business metrics, helping to create a flexible, innovative organization Save time with forms you can access real time via web browser.
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Workplace Forms combines form data and business logic into a single document, an intelligent message that flows through an IT environment Does not mandate specific, proprietary IT components for management of forms More easily integrates with and adapts to your IT environment Helps promotes team development of forms based processes Extend a form's functionality by embedding Java functionality in a form or by dynamically extending the Workplace Forms Viewer. Activates a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) with intelligent message that flows across services
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Why eForms?
      • Accelerate Business Transactions
      • Grow Revenue
      • Drive Down Operations Costs
      • More Cost Effectively and Securely Adhere to Regulated Processes
      • Cultivate Innovation
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Best Practices
      • Reduce your paper waste
      • Keep copies of important e-mails, files and more on your
      • computer
      • Don’t get any extra catalogs or magazines mailed to your office
      • Get your check directly deposited
      • Review any documents online instead of printing them out
      • Buy recycled and chlorine-free paper
      • Try paper made from organic products like bamboo, cotton or
      • hemp
      • Print on both sides of the paper
      • Shred old paper to use as packing material
      • Save and reuse old boxes
      • Use old sheets of paper for scrap paper for note-taking
      • Use paper saving software
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Paper saving software: Axiar Green (LBM Systems)
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   AXIAR Green, paper saving software, manages multiple parts of your print output process. Implementing any one of these features will save paper and/or resources immediately.
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Selected Features Description Converting Print to PDF : AXIAR Green automatically creates and stores PDF documents for portable online document delivery and viewing. Draft Print Mode : Users can create an AXIAR Green virtual printer that automatically sets print quality to draft mode, reducing the amount of toner consumed by up to 30% with each print. Selected Features Description Printing Duplex (two-sided): AXIAR Green can be configured to automatically duplex print output, potentially reducing paper use by 50%. Distributing Digital Documents: After using AXIAR Green to create digital output (typically PDF), AXIAR can also automatically distribute digital documents to employees, customers and vendors, which eliminates the cost and environmental impact of transporting paper documents.
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Selected Features Description Green Print Routing: AXIAR Green can be configured to intelligently determine the most cost-efficient printer based on resource use. This ensures that the environmental effect of printing is kept to a minimum when information must be paper-based. Digital Forms: AXIAR Green enables laser form printing on blank paper, eliminating the need for pre-printed forms which are often reduced to scrap paper due to misalignment, form changes and damage to stored forms. Reduce Personal Print: AXIAR Green can be used to encourage responsible use of print resources by tracking employee use. In addition, AXIAR Green can generate statistics for auditing and securing print streams through encryption to ensure the proper use of print resources.
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Paper Saving Estimates We have developed a cost and paper saving calculator to help show how saving paper is good for the environment and good for the bottom line. In a typical 200 user environment, using AXIAR Green can save almost 9,000 pounds of paper per year:
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Cost Saving Estimates We want to discuss your organization’s paper use and help discover a way to reduce the amount of paper you use. In a typical 200 user environment, we see the following cost saving potential:
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   HOW CAN UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS REDUCE YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT?
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   The Green and Lean Movement
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   How many companies have a carbon strategy?
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   The opportunities for Unified Communications to reduce CO2
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Which technologies will be most useful in reducing CO2
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Empower People to use Unified Communications as an alternative to traveling
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Business Trends Are Driving Successful Unified Communications and Collaboration deployments
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   The goal of UC-Accelerate Business Velocity
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Streamlining Communication Channels and enabling Key Business Processes.
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   How can Unified Communications reduce a company’s carbon footprint?
      • Collaborating virtually, significantly reduces the need
      • to travel as a by-product of increased business productivity
      • People want to travel less on business, if they have a
      • viable alternative
      • Employees are more bought into companies that
      • empower them to support a green agenda
      • There are cultural barriers to overcome, it’s called habit
      • -Technology can help employees overcome those barriers
      • by being spontaneous, easy and effective to use.
      • Never expect technology to completely avoid the need
      • for travel, we are social animals.
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Conferencing and Collaboration Case Studies
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Conferencing and collaboration at Renault
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Examples of Virtual meetings and where savings can be made
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Its all about promotion!
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Why eMeeting is used at Danske Bank?
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Unified Communications: Simplicity by design
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   The heart of the matter: Meetings
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT  
      • UC and collaboration can play a huge part in
      • contributing to the green agenda
      • This is the by-product of business productivity
      • agenda
      • Business process based applications of UC are the most powerful
      • Don’t impose. Empower.
      • Embrace the larger business ecosystem
    • THE NEXT WAVE OF GREEN IT   Thank You