Windows Vista Power Savings help you save costs

A new report has recently been published demonstrating the hard savings available from Windows Vista's Power Saving functionality. If your company has hard C02 reduction targets, or you would like to tell your management that you can save them $11 per desktop in direct costs then go ahead and read this report.

The headlines are:

  1. Windows Vista can reduce electricity costs. Businesses can save up to $11 per system, per year by switching to Windows Vista, due to the default power management settings. For a company with 5000 users, this means up to $47,000 of bottom line dollars can be saved annually.
  2. The Vista Sleep state is more reliable than XP. Computers resume from Sleep in two seconds, which is about the same time it takes a screen to resume from Idle mode in Windows XP.
  3. Power consumption reduction translates into direct CO2 savings. Carbon dioxide emissions are reduced by up to 67 kg of carbon dioxide per desktop PC, per year. For a company with 5000 users, this is 288 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions reduced.

News Source: Malcolm Bullock Blog | Full PDF Report

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