Handbook of Research on Green ICT: Technology, Business and Social Perspectives: Technology, Business and Social Perspectives

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Unhelkar, B.
IGI Global, Oct 31, 2010 - Business & Economics - 816 pages
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Green ICT encompasses a vast and vital domain in today’s business and social worlds. The need for focused attention on the green dimension of ICT could not be higher.

Handbook of Research on Green ICT: Technology, Business and Social Perspectives unites worldwide investigations, thoughts, and practices in the area of Green ICT. This two-volume work fosters technical advances, methodological innovations, and social changes that result in enhancements and improvements in business strategies, processes, social policies and technical implementations related to the environment.

 

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Contents

Strategies for a Sustainable Enterprise
1
Green Strategic Alignment
29
The Role of the Business Analyst in Green ICT
42
Strategies for Greening Enterprise IT
51
Strategic Business Trends in the Context of Green ICT
65
Extending and Applying Business Intelligence and Customer Strategies for Green ICT
83
SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS VALUE
98
Information Systems for a Green Organisation
116
Energy Management System Using Wireless Sensor Network
377
Exploratory Analysis of FossilFuel CO2 Emissions Time Series Using Independent Component Analysis
385
Green Semicondoctor Design Techniques and Challanges
404
Carbon Emissions Management Software CEMS
413
Architecture Design and Development of a Green ICT System
431
Green ICT System Architecture Frameworks
446
Using Carbons Emissions Management Solutions in Practice
459
Green Health
470

A Comprehensive and Practical Green ICT Framework
131
Green ICT Organizational Implementations and Workplace Relationships
146
Approaches and Initiatives to Green IT Strategy in Business
169
The Optimizing WEB
184
Business Processes Management for a Green Telecommunications Company
197
A Framework for Environmentally Responsible Business Strategies
214
Role of Mobile Technologies in an Environmentally Responsible Business Strategy
233
The Negative Impact of ICT Waste on Environment and Health
242
Collaboration as a Key Enabler for Small and Medium Enterprises SME Implementing Green ICT
256
Sustainable Business Initiatives in the Context of Emerging Economies
265
Digital Green ICT
282
Using Knowledge Management Tools in Fostering Green ICT Related Behavior Change
290
Enhancing the Efficiency of ICT by Spatial Data Interoperability
301
Infrastructure Sharing Renewable Energy Use In Telecommunication Industry for Sustainable Development
317
Applying Service Oriented Architecture and Cloud Computing for a Greener Traffic Management
332
An Australian Rules Football Club Approach To Green ICT
348
Environmental Challenges in Mobile Services
355
A Taxonomy of Green Information and Communication Protocols and Standards
364
EWaste Management
480
Smart Software Applications for a Low Carbon Economy
506
Low Power Techniques for Greener Hardware
513
Integrating Green ICT in a Supply Chain Management System
523
Application of a Composite Process Framework for Managing Green ICT Applications Development
535
Green ICT and Architectural Frameworks
546
Supply Chain Optimization Audit SCOA for Green ICT Opportunities
559
Understanding the Context of Green ICT
581
Standards and Legislation for the Carbon Economy
592
Balancing Green ICT Business Development with Corporate Social Responsibility CSR
607
CAMCE
621
Decision Criteria for Green Management Information Systems
630
Adopting Green ICT in Business
643
Compilation of References
652
About the Contributors
1
Index
15
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Bhuvan Unhelkar (BE, MDBA, MSc, PhD; FACS) is founding principal of MethodScience.com with notable practical consulting and training expertise. For the past few years, Dr. Unhelkar has been actively involved in researching into Green IT and the environment – and its application in practice, particularly Environmentally Responsible Business Strategies. He is co-designer of the Green Point Method (GpM) with envirAbility and has put together and delivered Green IT Design and Implementation (a two day training course approved by the ACS). He has authored/edited fifteen books in the areas of collaborative business, globalization, mobile business, software quality, business analysis, business processes and the UML. Dr. Unhelkar is a Fellow of the Australian Computer Society, Life member of Computer Society of India, Rotarian (PHF) , Discovery volunteer at NSW parks and wildlife, and a previous TiE Mentor. [Editor]

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