The cost of electricity is continuing to rise, and power companies are offering rebates for organizations who take a “green” approach to their businesses. So why have so many organizations been slow to adopt power management initiatives? The basic reason is that the management of power settings is a cumbersome task and the actual return on investment is not easy to calculate. Moreover, organizations need users’ machines available for patches, software installation, and remote access, which often results in desktops and laptops being left running after work hours, wasting energy and money.
Nevertheless, organizations today are more focused than even on their environmental impact and on their bottom line. They want to save energy and money. But first they need to know, Can the challenges of implementing power management be overcome? What are the potential cost savings? And what should they look for in a tool to help? This white paper explains it all.To read white paper, submit the form or sign in.