5 Energy-Saving Tips for Your Office
The bottom line looks better with a little green in it
By Lucas Laursen,  Newser Staff
Posted Dec 7, 2007 12:20 PM CST
   ((AP Photo/Steve Helber))
camera-icon View 2 more images

(Newser) ComputerWorld offerss pointers for corporate offices that want to save energy. Do it for the climate. Do it for your grandkids. But most of all, do it for the bottom line.

  1. Know what you're blowing: Start your energy audit with a meter.
  2. Use those sleep settings, and do so consistently.

  1. Ditch CRT monitors for slim, efficient LCDs.
  2. Use stripped-down "thin" PCs that run apps from a server.
  3. Replace printers, copiers, scanners, and faxes with multi-function devices.