Dell Named One of Computerworld’s Top Green-IT Organizations

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It’s a great privilege to share that Dell has been named one of Computerworld’s Top Green-IT organizations for 2011. We were recognized, among others, for implementing smart and efficient strategies to achieve “green IT” on behalf of our customers. You can read more at . Companies reviewed for this honor are working to reduce energy consumption in IT equipment and are using technology to conserve energy and lower carbon emissions.

“Many of the organizations recognized in our fourth annual Top Green-IT issue have woven energy-saving initiatives into the fabric of their IT strategies,” said Scot Finnie, editor in chief, Computerworld.

As a company that maintains a strong focus on customer needs and delivering effective, personalized IT solutions, Dell knows that saving energy helps customers get more out of their IT environments.  Dell’s goal is to deliver the highest quality and most energy-efficient products and solutions with the least impact on the environment.

Dell’s sustainability focus is concentrated on efficiently managing its own operations, developing  innovative energy efficient products and solutions for customers, shipping products with sustainable packaging materials, and providing  world class recycling options that make it easy for its customers to be green. To learn more about Dell’s commitment to sustainability, click here.

In addition to this honor, last week Dell was ranked No. 5 in Newsweek’s Greenest Companies in the U.S. This is the third consecutive year Dell has been ranked in the top five by Newsweek for its commitment to sound environmental practices. Last year Dell was named Newsweek’s 2010 Greenest Company in America.

About the Author: David Lear

David Lear serves as the Vice President of Dell’s sustainability programs, and works to create long-term stakeholder value and opportunities by integrating economic, social, and environmental responsibility into Dell’s core business strategies. His team engages key stakeholders including customers, NGOs, regulators, industry groups, and agencies to collaborate on global policy and standards development. This includes managing strategic giving and community partnerships that demonstrate the enabling power of technology to drive both business and sustainability outcomes. David joined Dell in 2006 as Director of Product Safety and Environmental Affairs, responsible for the delivery of Dell global product compliance programs. Previously, Lear served in various roles in design and manufacturing in the Test & Measurement industry, where he specialized in the development of product technologies. David holds a BS in Chemistry and Biology from Missouri State University, and a MBA from the University of Indianapolis.
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