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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Green IT Diffusion: An International Comparison

Title:
Green IT Diffusion: An International Comparison

Abstract:
This paper provides a preliminary insight on the status of the diffusion and maturity of "Green IT" as well as some of the driving and inhibiting factors that influence it. The report is largely descriptive and is based on a survey of 143 organisations from Australia, New Zealand and the USA. Overall, the findings indicate that organisations are developing the "right mind-set", taking a number of "softer actions"; and investing in new technologies to use IT as part of the solution to pursue both ecoefficiency and eco-sustainability objectives. Nevertheless, the state of Green IT among the surveyed organisations can be considered at the early stage of maturity.

URL:
http://greenit.bf.rmit.edu.au/Working_Paper/GITWP1_2009.pdf

Source:
School of Business Information Technology, RMIT

Resource Type:
Article/report

Date of Publication:
January 2009

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