Go Green to Save Green

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Yesterday, we launched our most energy-efficient desktop in Dell’s history – the Optiplex 960.
We believe it’s a product that can make a real difference for
businesses that care about environmental responsibility.  A good
example is Robertson Homes, a Florida building company where a Dell “green makeover” saved the family-owned business 84 percent in energy costs compared to the previous computer systems.

This isn’t unusual. It’s typical. Going green doesn’t just make environmental sense. It makes business sense too.

Here are some additional posts from our Small Business and Inside IT blogs with tips on how green IT can save you money. We hope you find them useful.

JJ Davis

About the Author: Jennifer "JJ" Davis

A seasoned leader with 20+ years of experience, JJ Davis oversees all aspects of Global Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility for Dell Technologies. In this role, she works closely with the Investor Relations and Government Affairs organizations to lead the corporate affairs strategy and foster alignment and advocacy across the diverse stakeholder landscape for the company. Her global team includes media relations, analyst relations, executive communications, team member communications, sales and partner communications, influencer relations, social media, direct giving and sustainability. She also founded the company’s marquee women’s program the Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network in 2010 to support women entrepreneurs’ success worldwide. JJ started her public relations and public affairs career at the Arkansas Office of the Governor and has held various communications leadership roles for both corporations and agencies nationwide. A graduate of the University of Arkansas, JJ lives in Austin with her husband David, a third-generation entrepreneur, and three sons. She is active in her boys’ sports and the family foundation, The Aimee Melissa Davis Memorial Scholarship, supporting graduating seniors with Juvenile Diabetes. She is a member of the Arthur W. Page Society and a board member of the Dell Technologies Political Action Committee.
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