Going “green,” as a concept, continues to gain traction in both popular and corporate cultures. The savings from green initiatives, both to companies, the Earth and employees’ peace of mind, can be significant. To this end, Redemtech, a provider of technology change management and IT asset disposition services (ITAD), released the initial results of its “Sustainable Computing Assessment.” According to the study, companies haven’t made much headway making corporate IT programs more sustainable.

Redemtech's "Sustainable Computing Assessment" benchmarks organizations from a range of industries, including insurance, against sustainable best practices in five key areas: productivity, reuse, accountability, energy and environmental social responsibility. A score of 75% or better in each category indicates a mature green IT program. However, the assessment’s scores averaged from 32% to 37%, with the highest scores coming in the area of energy efficiency.

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