1E to showcase IT Efficiency solutions at Tech.Ed Australia

Aug 30, 2011 |

Tech.Ed 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, 30th August 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 C02 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 AUDsince deployment
  • reduced energy consumption by 1,459,000 kWh
  • prevented 1,648,670.00 kg of C02 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:  australia.msteched.com

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