Founded in 1997, 1E pioneered Green IT and advanced PC power management with the release of ground-breaking solutions like NightWatchman® and WakeUp™. That innovative approach has continued with the development of revolutionary concepts like Useful Work™, Drowsy Server® as part of our NightWatchman® Server solution and Computer Health™ as part of a unique range of industry-leading solutions designed to reduce IT costs. Headquartered in London and New York and with 14 million licenses deployed world-wide, 1100 organizations in 42 countries have trusted us to help them to work effectively, productively and sustainably. To date, our energy efficiency solutions have helped our customers save in excess of $530m in energy costs alone, cutting CO2 emissions by 4.3 million tons. Our customers are drawn from across the public and private sectors and include AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Dell, HSBC, ING, Nestlé, Microsoft, BNP Paribas, Nomura, Ford Motor Company, the US Department of Veterans Affairs and the UK Department of Work and Pensions. Our largest customers have over 300,000 seats, our smallest just 500. Find out how to connect with us!
Useful Work: The Lights are ON, but is anybody Home? - This document shows the issues that data center managers face when attempting to discover what the servers in their care are doing, and how NightWatchman Server Edition can expose those servers (Both Physical and Virtual) that are not performing useful work so that they can be decommissioned.Drowsy - The 8th Dwarf - This document describes the new Drowsy Server® feature of NightWatchman Server Edition, and how it saves energy.Nomad Enterprise and WAN Caching Appliances - This whitepaper discusses how Nomad Enterprise functionality compares to WAN optimization appliances for network efficient systems management.
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Ford Expects to Save More Than $1 Million with PC Power Management - As part of its global commitment to energy efficiency, Ford wanted to implement a policy of active power management across its office computers. Under its new PC Power Management program that uses Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 and NightWatchman and WakeUp from 1E to control PC power settings, Ford expects to save U.S.$1.2 million annually and reduce its carbon footprint by an estimated 16,000 to 25,000 metric tons a year.