Five years of Green Data Centers by Doug Mohney

I have been writing for Green Data Center News for 5 years. I know this thanks to the magic of LinkedIn and a snarky friend who couldn’t find this blog if it was taped to the front of their windshields. It’s been five years of slow progress on the green front. There have been no miracle technology breakthroughs, a lot of inertia to big change and a good share of posturing.

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Connecting to Collaborate, Connecting to Win

Dell Services is all about providing customers with everything they need to Transform, Connect, Inform and Protect their enterprise. In my last post, I discussed how we help our customers Transform their technology environments to achieve their business goals. Here, I’ll explain what we mean by helping customers Connect and why connection – anytime, anywhere – is crucial to our customers’ business’s success.

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Emerson Agrees to Sell Connectivity Solutions Business to Bel Fuse

Emerson (NYSE: EMR) today announced that it has agreed to divest its Connectivity Solutions business unit to Bel Fuse, Inc. (NASDAQ: BELF.A and BELF.B).  The transaction, valued at $98 million, is expected to close before the end of the fiscal year, with proceeds deployed for incremental share repurchase in 2014.

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Dell TechCenter Rockstar Interview #8: Joey Ware

In this interview series we will introduce IT Professionals selected for this year’s Dell TechCenter (DTC) Rockstar Program. This program recognizes independent experts, Dell customers and employees for their significant positive impact on Dell TechCenter, blogs and social media when discussing Dell. You can find a list of all our Rockstars here. Our eighth interviewee is Joey Ware.

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Dell Announces New Sustainability Initiatives at Fortune Brainstorm Green

At Fortune Brainstorm Green this week, Dell took some big strides in advancing our 2020 Legacy of Good Plan with the announcement of some exciting new sustainability initiatives designed to increase the ways that its IT solutions make lasting contributions to the planet. We’re excited to be the first company within the IT industry to pilot carbon-negative packaging as well as to be the first to use UL Environment certified closed-loop recycled plastics in manufacturing our PCs.

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