Most Indian companies have at least one green initiative motivated by the prospect of lower operating costs, says Gartner.
A few leading organisations in the country are beginning to implement green IT and sustainability solutions and incorporate them into business operations, finds Gartner.
Rakesh Kumar, Research VP, Gartner explains that despite wanting to be green crusaders of the enterprise, CIOs find their hands tied in the matter due to constant economic pressure.
ICT industry will be the early adopter of green IT and sustainability solutions in India, says Gartner.
With green IT and sustainability emerging as key concerns for businesses across industries and policymakers, the country's spendings on these initiatives would reach $70 billion by 2015, a recent survey said.
A survey results show 74 percent of companies worldwide consider sustainability as key element of service provider selection.
Your green IT journey can now be a walk in the park. Small steps taken in the direction of a greener enterprise can add up to a much bigger impact.
Suresh R. Shenoy, Sr. VP - IT, Wockhardt, gives an overview about the role of IT in the healthcare sector and also explains how poor broadband service is obstructing the growth of telemedicine.