Sustainable use of information technology is more than a politically-correct cultural pursuit. It’s a business mandate.
Sustainable initiatives and Triple Bottom Line accounting encourage companies to serve “people, profits and planet.”
Operating by the mantra “Reduce, Reuse and Recycle,” at UDT we drive this operational mandate both internally and externally to help clients reach their sustainable objectives in every way.
We help clients:
- Identify sustainable resources and opportunities, from achieving energy efficiency, driving greater resource utilization across existing assets, and applying next-generation virtualization technologies that allow organizations to accomplish more with less physical infrastructure.
- Optimize and improve power and management strategies across the data center and other areas within IT that help organizations consume less energy and align with a green strategy internally.
- Counsel on industry-specific initiatives. From Transportation to Healthcare to the Government Sector, we help organizations reduce their carbon footprint, recycle products throughout the marketplace and along the lifecycle, and use environmentally friendly materials – while still achieving peak efficiency.
- Advise on intelligent power consumption. Roughly 60% of all power consumed in traditional offices is for IT and computing. Through virtualization and other smart practices, we help reduce use and increase profitability.
Green IT is no longer an option. It’s a strategy that keeps companies competitive in business, agile in the marketplace and mindful in society.