Last modified on Continue readingSaturday night at 7 PM the puck drops for the second game of the at home stand of UNH Men's Hockey versus the UMass Amherts Minutemen. Jenaly will have our Green IT booth on the concourse at Satuday's game. Come by for some giveaways and learn more about our Green IT initiatives and Go Green with the 'Cats... Hope to see you there....
The following was posted to the Green Alliance Blog... By Jim Cavan In the “Green IT” section of their May Newsletter, Jenaly Technology Group introduced many on the Seacoast to “Granola”. Not the oats and berries variety, mind you. More of the circuits and chips variety. Released in January by MiserWare, a Blacksburg, Virginia IT company specializing in green and intelligent software management systems, Granola is a free software program that can help reduce your PC’s energy use by up to 30%. Granola saves energy by applying dynamic voltage and frequency scaling (DVFS) to the CPU of a system – sort of like a "dimmer switch." When a user is browsing the web or working on a document... Last modified on Continue reading
Going green is everywhere. Whether it's recycling at home or the office, the cars we drive or the products we purchase, we all know there is a lot of momentum behind going green. Even the new fire station just opened in Portsmouth is being praised for its green construction, which will save taxpayers money not just today, but throughout the station's lifespan. With all the awareness and sensitivity to green initiatives around us, it only stands to reason that we should occasionally ask ourselves if we are really improving things when trying to be more green. I think it's clear to most people that it's the right thing to do, but from a business sense, in addition to doing the right ... Last modified on Continue reading
It's a very fair question. Heather Clancy, one of the industries most respected journalists (and someone I like to call a friend) posted a great piece about this today on her blog, GreenTech Pastures. Heather points to several interesting facts, many based on a recent report by Computer Economics that points to the hard ROI being difficut to quantify, which I agree with. However, whether the ROI is easily measured in dollars is one thing. Whether adopting Green IT practices is the right thing to do is another entirely. Heather quotes some interesting statistics related to small and large company's adoption of Green IT. While it's clear that large organizations are the most active i... Last modified on Continue reading
Last modified on Continue readingJenaly's November newsletter is online at our sister site, www.jenalyfyit.com. Check it out and please share any feedback, comment or suggestions. This month, learn: 4 “Techie” Reasons Small Business Owners Can Be Thankful This Season How To Get Paid $817 Every Year For "Going Green" 3 Time-Saving Reasons To Use Windows 7 How Manufacturers Have Increased Productivity 5.5% Despite The Recession Check Out Our Monthly Contest You may also download our newsletters in PDF format if you like, just click here. Enjoy Jenaly FYI.T. "For Your Information Technology"!...
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