Flinders, Karl
November 2007
Computer Weekly;11/20/2007, p94
Trade Publication
The article offers information regarding the employment of a software from Verdiem by law firm Irwin Mitchell of Great Britain. It states that the company has been able to cut its computer energy use by 34% through the power management software. It also mentions that Irwin Mitchell will save an average of 250,440 kilowatt of electricity and reduce carbon dioxide by 107,686 kilograms across all of its personal computers (PCs). It further refers to the comments of Gary Thomas, the head of information technology (IT) operations at the firm on its new move.


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