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Relationships between primary and secondary categories by Mind Map: Relationships
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Relationships between primary and secondary categories

IT Components & Energy Consumption

IT Hardware

Servers

Storage

Cooling Systems (Fans)

Work Stations & Thin Clients

ChipTechnology

Network Infrastructure

Mobile Computing

Battery Life

Screen Efficiency

Geo-Computation (Satellites)

Life-Cycle Reduction

Mobile Chip Technology

Systems & Consolidation Methodologies

Cloud Computing

Network Grids

Remote Access

Virtualization

Internet

IT Software

Operating Systems

Planning & Design Software

Power Management Software, Corporate, End Users

Global Simulation Models

Office & Data Centres

A/C Cooling

Efficiency vs. Carbon Solutions

Buildings (LEED)

External Climate Utilization

Product Life-Cycle

Procurement (IPR)

Production

Distribution

Recycling & Disposal

Policies & Best Practices

Government

GDP

Tax Incentives

Certifications

Energy Pricing (Outside of Scope)

Emissions Trading Scheme (US?)

Independent Organizations

Companies & CSR

IT Developments & Trends

New Technology Development

Monitoring Systems

Accessibility (Out of Scope)

Infrastructure Requirements

Developing Countries

Awareness

Web 2.0 / Internet

Perception (Consumer vs. Executive)

Behavioural Changes

Labeling & Certifications

Economy

Job Creation

Business Opportunities

Standard of Living

Spending

Market Intricacy (Globalization)

Business Models

Too extensive to include this in the paper - but will make atempts to include various aspects of listed nodes in other areas.

Business Processes

Departmental Accountability

Key Performance Indicators

Energy Performance

Regulation Adherence

Business Reputation

Brand

Marketing

Commitment

Top-Down

Budgets

Company Values

Mergers & Acquisitions

Collaboration

Client Relationship Management (Partner Relationship)

Energy Concerns

Energy Sourcing

Oceanic

Hydro

Solar

Processed Energy (BTU)

Clean vs. Dirty Energy (Peak Time Energy)

Infrastructure, Reliability, Smart Grid, Scalability, Convergence

Energy Storage

Hydro

Batteries

Water Reservoirs

Air Compression

Carbon-Capture

Sustainability

Definition

3 pillars

Social

Economic

Environmental

Triggers

Degradation of environment, Waste Polution

Globalisation

Climate change, Climate, CO2 Footprint, Preservation and Prevention, Green House Gas Emissions

The understanding of Green IT/ Sustainable Computing

The role in company and its association and exposure to Green IT

Awareness of Green IT in the organisation and industry

Drivers of promotion and implementation of Green IT

Is “green agenda” pursued to be cost neutral?

Green IT as a marketing tool?

External regulations or green initiatives

Data centres strategies to implement energy saving measures while simulteaneously sustaining customer value

How their own products contribute to a greener business model

Focus of the efforts in sustainable computing (software, hardware, processes/methodologies

Some of Green performance or CSR indicators to measure the success of green objectives.

Main hindrances of realisation of Green IT within the company

Main hindrances of realisation of Green IT in the industry