The State Of PC Power Management: 2009
Helping IT Pros Succeed At PC Power Management By Getting Up To Speed On Adoption, Methods, And Common Barriers
July 28, 2009
Why Read This Report
As organizations look to reduce the financial costs and environmental impacts of operating IT, PC power management is proving to be an effective tactic. Although 43% are implementing PC power management and another 48% are considering it, current PC power management practices aren't enough. Simply asking users to power down PCs when not in use won't produce results. To help maximize the savings, Forrester surveyed 99 IT professionals on their adoption, current practices, and barriers to PC power management. This report will help you get up to speed on the common barriers to PC power management, such as the risk of disrupting user productivity or the lack of project ownership. From there, you can align the right combination of people, process, and technology to overcome these barriers.
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