IT and Sustainability
A sustainable approach makes sense both from a business and personal perspective. And who better to lead the way and set an example than the public sector, your sector?
IT and sustainability is linked in a number of areas…
- IT uses 10% of all business electricity1, inefficient devices and data centres are major contributors?
- Across Europe, commuting is 27% of all miles travelled2?
Reduced electricity usage and remote working options can also generate cost savings in both energy bills and through changed real estate strategies. IT solutions using Citrix technologies – such as a move to cloud, end user compute strategies such as bring your own device (BYOD), low energy devices, extended refresh cycles and remote working – mean that agility, productivity and sustainability can go hand in hand.
About the webinar
The webinar is taking place on February 10th at 11am GMT and will provide both examples and practical steps for how you can start or take the next steps in your journey to drive IT sustainability.
Meet the speakers
Chris Oldham, Head of Citrix Public Sector
David Grasty, Corporate Head of Digital Transformation for the Digital & IT Service
Ewen Anderson, CIO of Px3
Register today to take the chance to engage first-hand with this panel of experts and benefit from their 25 plus years of experience in helping organisations like yours adapt to change and drive sustainability.
1 Sutton-Parker, J. (2020). ‘Determining end user computing device Scope 2 GHG emissions with accurate use phase energy consumption measurement.’ Amsterdam: Elsevier Procedia Computer Science.
2 Sutton-Parker, J (2020), The cost of running IT is the next sustainability challenge’. Baden-Württemberg: Council on Business & Society, University of Mannheim.