US SMBs Wake Up Green

US SMBs are waking up to green computing

August 5, 2008

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NEW YORK -- Are SMBs (small and medium businesses, or companies with up to 999 employees) in the United States concerned about global warming? Does Green IT have any influence on SMB ICT adoption patterns? Do environmental concerns influence what IT SMBs buy and from which vendor?

These are some of the issues that the latest study from New York based Access Markets International (AMI) Partners Inc. focuses on. US SMBs will see a 17% increase in PC shipments - and a whopping 40% increase in server shipments - over the next four years,” says AMI’s New York-based Research Analyst, Vittesh Kalambi. “SMBs are gradually becoming convinced about the positive outcome of Green IT in reducing overall running costs, TCO (total cost of ownership) and increasing savings. As such, SMB bottom-lines are being redefined to include sustainability.”

Access Markets International (AMI) Partners Inc.

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