Today sees the third installment of BusinessGreen's web seminars on how to run a green IT department.
Entitled IT and the environment in action – how businesses are proving their green credentials, the seminar briungs together a panel of leading IT professionals to discuss how their organisations are practically deploying green IT strategies.
The seminar will be chaired by Computing Editor Bryan Glick and include presentations from Ian Exton of WWF on how the environmental charity is deploying virtualization software to reduce power consumption, Patrick Fogarty of engineering services firm Norman Disney & Young on how firms are enhancing the environmental credentials of their datacentres, and John Hegarty of Betfair on the company's green IT policy and PC turn off campaigns.
Each of the presentations will provide an opportunity to see how some of your peers are limiting their environmental impact, and as always there will be the chance to ask questions to the panel.
You can catch the programme, which kicks off at 3pm GMT, by registering for free here.
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