1E to Showcase IT Efficiency Solutions at Tech.Ed Australia

TechEd Australia attendees can learn how the City of Melbourne worked with 1E to prevent 1.6m kg of C02 from entering the atmosphere.

Gold Coast, Australia (PRWEB) August 29, 2011

1E, the global leader in Efficient IT, will demonstrate the company’s award-winning solutions on booth #53 at Tech.Ed Australia on the Gold Coast in Queensland from 30th August until 2nd September 2011. 1E will exhibit at the show with local partners including Corporate Network Integration, a Systems Management and desktop deployment specialist in Australia.

Who: Microsoft ISV/Software Innovation Partner of the Year 2010, 1Ehas helped its 1,400 customers, including Dell, CSC, the City of Melbourne and KiwiBank save more than $550 million in energy costs alone, cutting CO2 emissions by 4.5 million tons.

To give just one example of a local customer success story, as a result of deploying NightWatchman Enterprise™ from 1E on just 1,000 desktop PCs, City of Melbourne:

  • saw cumulative savings of $175,000 AUD since deployment
  • reduced energy consumption by 1,459,000 kWh
  • prevented 1,648,670.00 kg of CO2 from entering the atmosphere

What: 1E will be sharing IT efficiency best practices to demonstrate how to easily report on IT savings in line with recent carbon tax legislation impacting organizations nationwide on booth #53 at the conference.

When: 1E will be exhibiting at the World of Solutions Expo, during Tech.Ed Australia from 30th August until 2nd September 2011.

Party: 1E is also sponsoring the AU Tech.Heads Party, which takes place after the Tech.Ed Welcome party, on Tuesday 30th August from 9.30pm-00.00am local time. Attendance is free for up to 250 guests from the AU Tech.Heads community and your RSVP in advance is essential. Attendees are welcome to enter the pre-party competition – the winner will be selected at random on the night.

For more information on Tech.Ed Australia, please visit: http://australia.msteched.com

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