An EAUC Insight Guide which outlines the main barriers and problems to institutional participation in recycling schemes for retired or redundant ICT equipment.
Addressing the hot topic, Green ICT and the effect this topic can have on other areas of an institution.
A case study from Sussex Downs College where an online learning tool was developed (SustainIT) to minimise carbon footprint.
A case study from Liverpool John Moores about how Ricoh has transformed its document and print management services.
Schneider Electric has been awarded a £2 million contract to improve security at the University of West of England (UWE) in Bristol.
Dawn White, Environmental Officer, City University London emailed Members asking about advice about the merits of switching off versus leaving on in stand-by mode.
High Performance Computing (HPC) is the ability to focus significant compute resources quickly and efficiently at a particular, sometimes transient, level. It ranges from...
Software, infrastructure or compute as a service needs a level of availability and fault tolerance usually only found in bespoke telecommunication environments. In most...
A new approach to energy visualisation, Greenview allows DMU staff and students to see the live electrical consumption of their buildings in a creative and innovative way.
A two page document about electronics - one of the 14 key commodity/service areas chosen to cover the main areas of procurement relevant to poverty issues.
The University of Hertfordshire has carried out a green ICT project to achieve a number of objectives associated with its data centres.
Imperial College formulated a comprehensive Green IT Policy, which resulted in ICT leading a number of sustainability initiatives across the institution.
View guidance on the Energy Saving Trust's website on how selecting the best energy saving computing equipment can save you money.
A presentation which helps you to continue the learning and inspiration from the EAUC Annual Conference 2011 held at the University of York between the 11th - 13th April 2011
A case study of Queen's University Belfast where a new data centre was installed and then assessed with a optimisation survey.
In 2007 the University of Birmingham upgraded one of its computer clusters, replacing 70 traditional workstations with equivalent specification but lower energy TFT-PCs.
Case study of Coventry University Enterprises, piloting a voluntary location-independent working scheme encouraging participants to work out of the office for 40–60% of their time.
A case study from Jisc and the London Metropolitan Network (LMN)which provides a data back up solution to London institutions using the state-of-the-art technology.
A case study from Jisc about how WEEE Regulations stimulated NTU to reduce the amount of waste generated and to manage the residue more effectively.
Case study of the University of York cutting carbon in computing initiative