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IT's Thinking About Going Green, but Not Acting Yet

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IT's Thinking About Going Green, but Not Acting Yet

This question was originally posted by n/a on APC forums on 6/4/2007

Analyst Christopher Mines is a senior vice president at Forrester Research Inc and he discusses his view on "going green" and IT...*At least IT systems vendors are, with announcements of new energy-efficient servers, data center power and cooling products, and device recycling initiatives coming thick and fast these days.*

But what about IT buyers? Are they listening? And do they care? After all, itÂ?s usersÂ? procurement processes and operational and asset management practices that will ultimately determine whether green IT is for real or just another passing fad. To find answers to those questions, Forrester Research surveyed 125 operations and procurement professionals in enterprise IT shops in North America and Europe.+

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