New Star Energy Services Sponsors PC Power Management Webinar

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Analyst and industry expert Doug Washburn will share how organizations can benefit from PC Power Management, a green IT initiative with a solid business case and a verifiable six-month ROI.

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As organizations expand their green IT strategies beyond the data center - which may even be more effective since 55% of IT energy consumption comes from outside of the data center than from inside of it - Forrester expects enterprise IT organizations to turn to PC power management software.

New Star Energy Services and Faronics will sponsor a PC Power Management webinar led by Forrester Research, Inc. on Tuesday, September 22, 2009, at 1:00PM EDT/10:00AM PDT. Doug Washburn, an analyst and industry expert with Forrester Research, Inc, will lead the webinar and describe the compelling ROI of PC Power Management for many organizations. Join this Webinar.

"As organizations expand their green IT strategies beyond the data center - which may even be more effective since 55% of IT energy consumption comes from outside of the data center than from inside of it - Forrester expects enterprise IT organizations to turn to PC power management software." (TechRadarâ„¢ For I&O Professionals: Green IT 1.0 Technologies, Q2 2009, Forrester Research, Inc., June 12, 2009.)

According to Faronics, over 1,000 Faronics Power Save customers, for example, have dramatically reduced operating costs by eliminating up to 70% of their computer energy consumption. These savings equate to up to $75,000 per year for every 1,000 computers. Power Save keeps computers running when users need them, accurately determines when computers are inactive so they can be powered down, and can prove its rapid return-on-investment through network-wide power consumption and savings reports. ADT, the world's largest electronic security and alarm monitoring company, is on track to save 434,000 kWh per year throughout their UK support operations by deploying Faronics Power Save.

About Doug Washburn
Doug is an Analyst at Forrester Research, serving IT infrastructure and operations professionals, primarily focusing on green IT, green business, and IT leadership skills. His research helps IT executives successfully approach green IT, determine strategy, and then move from green IT awareness to action.

Doug was previously the global council manager and senior advisor for the Forrester Leadership Boards IT Infrastructure & Operations Council, a best practice community for senior IT executives in $1 billion-plus organizations. In this role, Doug regularly advised clients on green IT strategy and practices. Additionally, Doug was also an advisor on the Forrester Leadership Boards Enterprise Architecture Council.

Prior to Forrester, Doug was a VP of strategy and business development for Red Oxygen, a wireless communications startup, and living and working in Australia and France. In addition, Doug co-created CU Networks, a computer networking and servicing startup, serving the students of the University of Colorado at Boulder.

About New Star Energy Services
Based in New York City, New Star Energy Services provides a full range of products and services related to energy management and aims to increase implementation of power management and expand deployment of energy-efficient PCs and servers. New Star Energy Services works with businesses to reduce wasteful spending and help secure federal or state funding for energy-efficient projects.

Through its IT Power Management division, New Star Energy Services has partnered with Faronics and Sentilla and is a reseller of Faronics Power Save and Sentilla Energy Manager for Data Centers. New Star Energy Services is an official partner of the EPA Energy Star Program and a member of the Climate Savers Computing Initiative.

For more information about New Star Energy Services, please contact:
info (at) newstarenergyservices (dot) com or visit http://www.newstarenergyservices.com or
join the Webinar.

Jason Smithwick
President
New Star Energy Services
646-290-5400 ext 100

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