Collectively small businesses contribute a significant amount to the economy and have a significant impact on the environment. Each business has a unique business proposition, market and method of reaching that market. Invariably these businesses use IT to support their business through back office systems such as accounts, on-line marketing, manufacturing systems, logistics, HR or just general admin. These may be supported in-house or via a third party. Optimising how these systems are provisioned and making minor changes to the way your staff work, can have significant savings on not only your environmental impact but also on the cost of provision and support.
We can establish a baseline for your environmental impact from IT and help you draw up a strategy to address this, at the same time we can identify any savings you could make in the cost of these services. We can help you educate your staff on best practice, and communicate to your customers the steps you are making to achieve your Green IT goals.
Fusion Business Solutions
Unit 1, Wallbrook Business Centre
+44 (0)20 8814 4888
Fusion strengthens its data centre and client service offering
Fusion Business Solutions has announced that it has acquired the specialist Green IT firm, Externus. The move allows the combined business to offer a broader range of
services to customers in the data centre and IT operations market. For more details see press
In recognition for our support and implementation of energy efficency, Fusion has been awarded endorser status by the EU for their Code of Conduct for Data Centres. More
Fusion qualifies in EU Code Fusion staff have obtained the first ever ISEB qualification designed to certify proficiency in the EU code of Conduct For Data Centres. More
Carnival Study Complete
We have just completed a substantial study of the environmental impact of IT within Carnival UK, who operate four of the world's leading cruise lines: P&O Cruises, Cunard, Princess Cruises and Ocean Village Holidays. Case study available.
EU Code of Conduct for Data Centres gains momentum The EU Code of conduct for data centres looks set to become the de-facto standard for all data centres in Europe. More