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Cloud-based IT Energy Management – The Power to Save


November 26, 2014 - 2 Comments

The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) in the U.K requires more than 7,000 large enterprises to undertake an energy audit at sites that make up the majority of their total energy use. Initiatives like this are now commonplace across the public and private sectors as growth in web-based services, applications and mobile devices add more IT energy costs.

How organizations consume and conserve energy has been a priority since the 1970s. Today, minimizing global carbon footprint and reducing energy costs are even more important. The key is to have visibility into which devices are connected, be able to measure the amount of energy being consumed by each one, and then be able to set policy that reduces each devices’ energy usage.

Our new offer — Cisco Energy Management Cloud – is a “cloud delivered service” subscription that makes IT energy management much easier. With Cisco Energy Management Cloud, any IP end-point device – regardless of vendor or type – connected to networks can be discovered and controlled via the cloud.  It lets organizations achieve cost savings, and manage their IT energy consumption without having to install and update any software on premise. Additionally, Cisco offers a free 45-day trial that will enable organizations to manage up to 500 devices. It’s a great opportunity to see immediate value, at zero upfront investment and reduce energy costs by up to 35%.

Cisco Energy Management Cloud also provides detailed reporting, so organizations can see and can set policy for their energy usage of PCs, monitors, IP phones, printers, and any other IP-connected devices. It quickly and conveniently gives them the power to make decisions to help reduce their company’s energy consumption. We encourage organizations to take the trial, and then let us know about their experience with Cisco Energy Management Cloud.

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2 Comments

  1. thanks for article i like this. verry good

  2. cisco energy management woww