About Me

Welcome, and thank you for visiting my personal blog.

My blog has allowed me to share my thoughts and knowledge on a number of Green and Green IT topics. You can also find out more about my personal interests.

THANK YOU to all the people who have genuinely supported me and Giving Time and Solutions Ltd.

Thank you and
Kind regards,
Tripta Prashar
Company: Giving Time and Solutions Ltd
Company website: http://givingtimeandsolutions.com
Professional profile: http://linkedin.com/in/triptaprashar

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  1. August 18, 2009 at 16:00

    Dear Ms. Prashar,

    As a writer and editor for PM Network, a monthly publication for the members of the Project Management Institute, I’m working on a story for the organization’s website, http://www.PMI.org/features, that revolves around how project managers can break into the burgeoning field of green IT.

    With your extensive experience in the field, I thought you would be an ideal expert source to comment on how project managers can make the transition. I’m happy to send questions via email due to the time difference.

    Thank you in advance for your time. I look forward to hearing from you!

    Best,

    Jess Wangsness
    Managing Editor/PM Network
    Chicago

    • triptaprashar
      August 19, 2009 at 15:20

      Hi Jess,

      Have received your documents and questions, thanks. Am on the case and will send it through for when you stated.

      Thank you!
      Tripta

  2. Martin Bullivant
    September 4, 2009 at 14:57

    Hi Tripta,

    When you talk about Green IT, do you focus on the manufacture of the hardware, say reducing or eliminating the hazardous materials that make up the circuit boards and chips, etc, or more the running costs, namely the electricity and air conditioning systems that invariably result?

    IT can’t be totally “green” can it as it consumes resources that have to be obtained from somewhere, usually involving CO2 production, so I presume you look at reduction rather than elimination?

    Regards
    Martin Bullivant
    Millward Brown
    Warwick

  3. Arijit
    October 16, 2009 at 01:01

    Hey Tripta,

    Finally posting my thoughts.
    Well, I did check the pdf articles and it seems like very much in-tune with business requirements. I would say that it is well-articulated and surely something businesses would be keen to look forward to so as to gain maximum mileage.

    Moreover, with dynamic business processes and the need for sustainable developmental practices, it’s time for businesses to adapt and change, hence it does makes sense to adopt the practice of GreenIT.

    Well done and keep up the good work!

    Best Regards,
    Arijit

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