January 21, 2009
1E cuts IT energy costs in Texas
Market leading PC Power management firm hosts cost reduction seminar in Austin
New York 21 January 2009 – 1E, a leading provider of Windows management software and services to reduce cost within the business environment, last week held a successful seminar at the Four Seasons Hotel, Austin, TX, designed to demonstrate how organizations can significantly cut IT energy costs in the business environment.
Over 60 key business and IT delegates from 1E, Austin Energy, Dell, Microsoft, and local public and private sectors all attended the event, to discuss how 1E’s market leading power management software can be used to reduce an organization’s electricity costs, energy wastage and carbon footprint.
Sumir Karayi, CEO, 1E enthused, “We’ve had a great turn out to our event here in Austin and it’s proved to be a fantastic location for us to host this educational event. We’re committed to helping organizations in Texas reduce their IT and energy costs while at the same time ensuring they can reduce their carbon footprint.”
Michelle Noriega, Senior Conservation Program Specialist, Austin Energy, commented, “It is increasingly important to organizations both large and small to reduce operating costs and meet “green” targets. This event provided the perfect environment for us to communicate the programs that Austin Energy has in place through our Data Center Rebate Program, among those PC power management having a great potential for energy savings.”
Case studies from global organizations such as Dell and Verizon Wireless were presented to demonstrate how they are saving millions of dollars each year through proven PC power management. The event also provided attendees with an opportunity to network with 1E, customers and fellow IT professionals to discuss technical and business challenges face-to-face, both at the seminar and during the 1E hospitality after the event.