Friday, 3 May 2013

International Green IT Awareness Week is from June 1-7


International Green IT Awareness Week (IGITAW) is fast approaching - this year it runs from the 1-7 June.

This is a seven day, online event hosted by the Foundation for IT Sustainability (FFITS.ORG) that brings together Green IT professionals, including CIOs, CTOs, IT Managers, sustainability professionals, carbon managers, journalists, IT enthusiasts under one (virtual) roof.

FFITS.ORG promises to have over 30 live and pre-recorded learning sessions, international keynotes and Q&A panels aimed at those looking for greater sustainability performance and efficiency from their organisation and IT assets.

Event Manger of IGITAW, Tim Martin said, “Last year we had over 2200 of our industry peers join us at the largest, most comprehensive Green IT virtual conference in the world designed to showcase the latest on IT Sustainability, Green IT best practices, and the development of more sustainable technology alternatives. We are all using IT services at an ever-increasing rate, but what does the future hold for Green IT, and what services, new business and technological innovations can we expect in the next few years?”.

It’s a free event and you can learn from presentations from Green IT experts, network and chat directly with other attendees, speakers and sponsors. Presentations run across multiple time zones and can be viewed on demand. And all without leaving your desk.

For more information and to register, go to – just try not to be put off by the collection of ‘Celebrity Ambassadors’ on the front page that no one outside Australia will have heard of (and why are they there anyway)!

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