Green Computing Conference to get underway

January 25, 2012 • Events

Registrations are underway for the Green Computing Conference which will be held on 16 – 17 February 2012 at Emperors Palace Hotel, Kempton Park, Johannesburg.

Green Information Technologies initiatives have become vital to the development of corporate computing solutions (image: Aspsys)

Green Information Technologies initiatives have become vital to the development of corporate computing solutions within the last decade as efforts to reduce costs and environmental emissions continue to gain momentum.

Over two days, about 14 speakers will address such topics as: Role of greener IT assets in corporate sustainability, costs and benefits of green IT and renewable energy, eliminating ICT waste, solutions to e-waste in South Africa, functionality of cloud computing, future of green computing and also will be filled with case studies of various data centers and ICT environmental impacts.

Some of the expert speakers will be Zakhiya Rehman from MTN; Andy Brauer from Business Connexion; Tim James from SustainableIT; Skip Franzsen from  Bytes Document Solutions; Bruce Cloete from Marutech; Wale Arewa from Xperian;Keith Anderson from E-Waste Association of South Africa; David Ives from IS Partners; Kevin Dees from Adapt IT Solutions; David Lipschitz from My Power Station Technology and Gerrie van Gaalen from Van Gaalen Attorneys.

The conference will allow you networking time with fellow colleagues in the ICT industry from both the private sector and government. You will meet IT Directors, Managing Directors, Chief Executive Officers, Chief Financial Officers, Chief Technological Officers, Chief Information Officers and Group IT Managers. The list is endless as delegates will find the conference informative, interactive and educative.

Do not miss this event as it will cover key issues in the ICT stream, so register now to secure your seat by emailing the registration form to or fax to 011 325 2015.

Alternatively, please call 011 325 2485

Staff writer

  • gracasiggs

    This will surely be a worthy conference to attend.Organizations need to know how to employ energy saving mechanisms within their workplace to contribute towards the energy and carbon footprint initiatives

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