Monthly Archives: August 2011

sortED – the online resource for sustainability in the Learning and Skills sector

Just to provide some context for iSolutions’ sustainable IT initiative: the Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges (EAUC) is the sustainability champion for universities and colleges in the UK. “Run by members, for its members, the EAUC seeks to work … Continue reading

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Reducing the power used by office PCs

Mike Hill and Tony Robinson¬† have been doing some sterling work with the aim of reducing the power required by office PCs. We currently source these from Viglen, and as we buy in bulk we can specify the components used. … Continue reading

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The room of non-requirement

Small stuff, but still worth doing… iSolutions recently vacated the top floor of B2, which is to be refurbished for Management students. Staff packed up their stuff, under strict instructions to “only take what is necessary”. The result was a … Continue reading

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Why blog about green IT?

I recently joined iSolutions from LATEU, and almost the first email I received was from Pete Hancock, iSolution’s director, asking me if I’d like to coordinate efforts to make our use of information technology more sustainable. Quite a few other … Continue reading

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