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IT can play a central role in making your corporate strategy sustainable; the key to the success is the application of a holistic governance that makes sure the IT strategy is aligned with and fully supports corporate sustainability strategy.

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Green ict front presentation

  1. 1. Your Partner in Green-IT & sustainable business strategy Green-IT Governance: The missing link between IT and Corporate sustainabilityGreen-ICT
  2. 2. Green-IT Governance, the zen future 1. Environmental pressure 2. Green-IT 3. From operations to governance 4. Targeted outcomesGreen-ICT 2
  3. 3. The environmental pressure• We are facing growing environmental challenges: o Global warming, o Resources scarcity.• Professional ICT and home electronics represent 2 to 3% of GHG and are responsible for massive toxic e- waste.• We need to reduce the environmental footprint of ICT. Greening OF IT• Hopefully ICT is also an enabler to a low carbon economy. Greening BY ITGreen-ICT 3
  4. 4. Green-IT Governance, the zen future 1. Environmental pressure 2. Green-IT 1. Green-IT: a multi facets world 2. The 5 domains of Green-IT 3. From global to green-IT governance 4. Regulations, frameworks and standards 3. From operations to governance 4. Targeted outcomesGreen-ICT 4
  5. 5. Green-IT: a multi facets world• OF: Actions taken by an organization to lower its IT environmental footprint • Increase datacenter and IT infrastructure efficiency, • Reduce paper consumption and electronic waste, 3% • Manage end of lifecycle of equipment, • Introduce green criteria in IT procurement, • Prepare for green project lifecycle or green software development.• BY: ICT projects and products allowing a reduction of the global environmental footprint • Home work and smart work center policy, 97% • Scanning and electronic document management, • E-government (tax on web, ID signature, …), • Truck fleet satellite management.Green-ICT 5
  6. 6. The 5 domains of Green-ITGreen-ICT 6
  7. 7. From global to Green-IT Governance• Why do we need governance? (institute of governance) – Promotes trust in the organization and its people, – Improves decision-making and the quality of these decisions, – Enhances the perception of the organization among people, – Improves the ability to mitigate risks, – Improves stability (financial, legal, social, industrial). Global WTO, FMI, WEO National SSM (Malaysia) Organization Finance IAS, SOX Sustainability GRI, ISO 14001Green-ICT 7
  8. 8. Green-IT Governance• Operating model for the management of Green-IT initiatives (OF,BY). Finance CSR ICT HR RISK/LEGAL Green Green-IT Governance COMMUNICATION Initiatives OPERATIONS ( business) PROCUREMENT FACILITIESFrameworks & Standards Pragmatic implementation BENEFITS Continuous improvementGreen-ICT 8
  9. 9. Regulations, frameworks and standards Regulation Voluntary Financial impact ScopeISO 14001 GlobalISO 50001 GlobalEnergy Star GlobalEU Code of conduct for EUdatacenterBuilding regulation EU/national(EPC)Carbon monitoring National (UK)(CRC)Sustainable ICT Globalspecifications (ITU) Green-ICT 9
  10. 10. Regulations, frameworks and standardsGreen-ICT 10
  11. 11. Green-IT Governance, the zen future 1. Environmental pressure 2. Green-IT 3. From operations to governance 1. Governance schemes 2. Implementing Green-IT: SGM framework 4. Targeted outcomesGreen-ICT 11
  12. 12. Different governance schemes• Choose the governance leadership o Corporate level: CEO, board, o IT centric: CIO, o Sustainability driven CSR Manager;• Choose the governance model o Opt for a centralised or decentralised model, o Interact (or not) with other models (CobIT, ISO14000);• Choose a governance framework and a tool to qualify the achievements and quantify the objectives.Green-ICT 12
  13. 13. Implementing Green-IT: SGM framework• The Green-IT Strategy, Governance and Maturity framework accompains the organization from day 1.• Green-IT SGM is a pure governance methodology, it implements, monitors and controls: – The transformation of CSR or sustainable strategy into tactical Green-IT decisions at departmental level, – The convertion of tactical decisions into operational activities, – The Green-IT portfolio and dashboard of KPIs.Green-ICT 13
  14. 14. Implementing Green-IT: SGM framework ASSESS PLAN IMPLEMENTQuick scan Project Plan StrategicDetailed audits Green objectives TacticalMaturity check KPI definition OperationalRecommandations Green-IT Strategy Green BSCQuick Wins Roadmap Green PPM Periodic reassessment Communication Risk mitigation From greening OF IT -> Sustainable ITGreen-ICT 14
  15. 15. Implementing Green-IT: SGM framework Process Performance People I. Assess Detailed Quick scan Assessment II. Plan Define RoadmapIII. Implement Implement / adapt Implement / adapt processes: measurement: Green kpi’s on IT Gov. Workshops all 3 levels IT Processes implement Data Center Operations supporting toolsIV. Sustain Periodic Periodic Sustainable Re-assessment Reporting Sponsorship Green-ICT 15
  16. 16. Implementing Green-IT: OctantGreen-ICT 16
  17. 17. Green-IT Governance, the zen future 1. Environmental pressure 2. Green-IT 3. From operations to governance 4. Targeted outcomes 1. Case studies 2. Your benefitsGreen-ICT 17
  18. 18. Case 1: international bank Sponsor Architecture Manager Demand Energy efficiency Narrow focus: Greening of IT only Green achievements 1. Immediate wins in datacenter operation 2. Pilot project identified (PC management) Collateral achievements 1. Green-IT as part of IT transformation plan 2. Green project manager nominated 3. Introduction of ISO14000 concepts Status On hold (change of sponsorship) Conclusions Enlarged scope (from greening OF -> BY IT) Who will continue (IT? CSR?) Load (duration) ASSESS 25 days (3 months)Green-ICT 18
  19. 19. Case 2: Public transportation Sponsor CIO Demand Green maturity of organization Large focus (greening of and by IT) Green achievements 1. Immediate wins in datacenter operation 2. Improvement of the data management processes 3. Implementation of Green KPIs 4. Boost of homework initiative Collateral achievements 1. Energy week (internal communication) 2. Change of behaviour between facilities and IT 3. Green-IT as part of Ticket to Kyoto program (CSR) Status Ongoing project Conclusions Green-IT is a company wide concern Load (duration) ASSESS PLAN IMPLEMENT 20 days 45 days 60 days (2 months) (4 months) ongoingGreen-ICT 19
  20. 20. Case 2: Public transportation As Is Cartography overview Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 DataCenter 1.1 Datacenter efficiency 1.2 Datacenter load Office Automation 2.1 Desktop management 2.2 Printing management IT Organisation 3.1 IT architecture (server, storage) optimisation Green OF IT 3.2 Storage and archiving management 3.3 Sustainable (green IT) projects Enterprise 4.1 Paper consumption reduction Sustainability 5.1 Global IT footprint 5.2 Greening BY IT projects Green BY ITGreen-ICT 20
  21. 21. Case 2: Public transportation As Is Cartography: Datacenter Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 DataCenter 1.1 Datacenter efficiency •Splited data rooms •Deployment/moving hardware •Usage water cooling •Usage free cooling •Heating reuse •Datacenter harmonization Green OF IT •Cooling management •Energy monitoring 1.2 Datacenter load •New storage purchase •New servers purchase •Physical decommissioning •Ghost servers huntingGreen-ICT 21
  22. 22. Case 2: Public transportation As Is Cartography: Datacenter efficiency GIs LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 3 MEASUREMENT Refere Type Domain Name Lead Status Referential Exist Unit Period Historic Quality RemarksID nce OF COC datacenter, Datacenter Datacenter Facilities Ongoing Green Grid YES efficiency Usage of free Tested in DC1, then stopped. Bad ROI vs the Facilities Stopped move to a new datacenter in 2015. cooling move Yes. As the maximum energy capacity is reached in DC1 and DC2 (actual electricity use @ hardware to Facilities Ongoing approximately 80% of total available electricity). more efficient Usage of collocation datacenter premises (lower datacenter PUE, around 1,5)DC-1 Plan new Done, waiting for implementation decision datacenter (country). Is currently a blocking factor for Facilities Ongoing energy efficiency investments, like dynamic (more cooling. efficient) Yes. Objective for DC1 (1,80-1,83) for 2011. 1,81 Energy in January. Objective for DC2 (1,86), 1,83 in December 2010. For collocation, fixed PUE of efficiency Facilities Ongoing PUE 1,80 YES PUE n/a Month Yes High 1,5 (in contract). No other KPI measured, an monitoring initiative as been launched end of April by Facilities to measure CUE et WUE. Green-ICT 22
  23. 23. Case 2: Public transportation Current Achievements (abstract)• Alignment of Ticket to Kyoto with IT:  datacenter efficiency improvement,  PC switch off implementation, Quick Wins  Green printing management;• Green-IT awareness campaign:  Stickers in lifts, on printers, in meeting rooms,  Green-IT best practices on intranet;• Pilot greening BY IT projects: Homeworking, Thin clients project for metro drivers ;• Green dashboard of KPIs.Green-ICT 23
  24. 24. Case 2: Public transportation StakeholdersGreen-ICT 24
  25. 25. Your benefits• The benefits are multiple and involve all stakeholders • Immediate ROI and quick wins • Improved corporate branding / image • High shareholder value / satisfaction • GHG and e-waste emissions reporting • Anticipate regulations / avoid penalties • In line with company’s CSR missionGreen-ICT 25
  26. 26. Your Partner in Green-IT & sustainable business : @green_ict_comGreen-ICT 26