Certero will be championing sustainable technology with
a special live presentation at this year’s International Green IT Awareness
week-long virtual conference, delivered by the Foundation for IT
Sustainability, is a multi-time zone, global, online event bringing together an
international network of green IT professionals. It runs from June 1 to 7.
Asia and Pacific (APAC) regional director Ivan Kladnig is set to deliver a live online session on Tuesday, June 4, between 12pm and 1pm, from the firm’s
Kladnig will be talking specifically about PC Power Management (PCPM) and green
said the event provides an excellent platform to communicate with thousands of people
across the world including other IT professionals, tech journalists, sustainability
professionals and carbon managers.
are delighted to be participating in the largest and most comprehensive green
IT virtual conference in the world,” said Mr Kladnig. “It is a terrific
platform to be discussing the latest trends in IT sustainability, Green IT best
practices, and the development of more sustainable technology. It also presents
an opportunity for Certero to raise its own profile and reputation as an
authority in green technology, in particular PCPM. We will explain the benefits
of our PCPM solution, PowerStudio, and express our passion for helping
organisations across the world to slash carbon emissions and become more energy
is taking part in the event for the second year running. In 2012 more than 2000
industry professionals joined the conference. Mr Kladnig said the online conference
aims to tackle fundamental questions such as what the future holds for green
IT, and what services, new business and technological innovations can be expected
in the coming years.
will involve more than 30 live and pre-recorded tactical and practical learning
sessions, international keynotes and Q&A panels. Mr Kladnig said the conference is essential
for those looking for greater sustainability performance and efficiency from
their organisation and IT assets.
will be part of a broad range of international speakers aiming to deliver
engaging and thought-provoking presentations,” he said. “One of our core aims
is to equip viewers with a range of skills and the knowledge to take action on green
IT, no matter how big or small.”
For more information on
the event and to register your place visit http://www.greenitweek.org/