Relationships between primary and secondary categories

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

1. IT Components & Energy Consumption

1.1. IT Hardware

1.1.1. Servers

1.1.2. Storage

1.1.3. Cooling Systems (Fans)

1.1.4. Work Stations & Thin Clients

1.1.5. ChipTechnology

1.1.6. Network Infrastructure

1.2. Mobile Computing

1.2.1. Battery Life

1.2.2. Screen Efficiency

1.2.3. Geo-Computation (Satellites)

1.2.4. Life-Cycle Reduction

1.2.5. Mobile Chip Technology

1.3. Systems & Consolidation Methodologies

1.3.1. Cloud Computing

1.3.2. Network Grids

1.3.3. Remote Access

1.3.4. Virtualization

1.3.5. Internet

1.4. IT Software

1.4.1. Operating Systems

1.4.2. Planning & Design Software

1.4.3. Power Management Software

1.4.3.1. Corporate

1.4.3.2. End Users

1.4.4. Global Simulation Models

1.5. Office & Data Centres

1.5.1. A/C Cooling

1.5.2. Efficiency vs. Carbon Solutions

1.5.3. Buildings (LEED)

1.5.4. External Climate Utilization

2. Product Life-Cycle

2.1. Procurement (IPR)

2.2. Production

2.3. Distribution

2.4. Recycling & Disposal

3. Policies & Best Practices

3.1. Government

3.1.1. GDP

3.1.2. Tax Incentives

3.1.3. Certifications

3.1.4. Energy Pricing (Outside of Scope)

3.1.5. Emissions Trading Scheme (US?)

3.2. Independent Organizations

3.3. Companies & CSR

4. IT Developments & Trends

4.1. New Technology Development

4.1.1. Monitoring Systems

4.2. Accessibility (Out of Scope)

4.2.1. Infrastructure Requirements

4.2.2. Developing Countries

4.3. Awareness

4.3.1. Web 2.0 / Internet

4.3.2. Perception (Consumer vs. Executive)

4.3.3. Behavioural Changes

4.3.4. Labeling & Certifications

5. Economy

5.1. Job Creation

5.2. Business Opportunities

5.3. Standard of Living

5.4. Spending

5.5. Market Intricacy (Globalization)

6. Business Models

6.1. Business Processes

6.2. Departmental Accountability

6.2.1. Key Performance Indicators

6.2.2. Energy Performance

6.3. Regulation Adherence

6.4. Business Reputation

6.4.1. Brand

6.4.2. Marketing

6.5. Commitment

6.5.1. Top-Down

6.5.2. Budgets

6.5.3. Company Values

6.6. Mergers & Acquisitions

6.7. Collaboration

6.7.1. Client Relationship Management (Partner Relationship)

7. Energy Concerns

7.1. Energy Sourcing

7.1.1. Oceanic

7.1.2. Hydro

7.1.3. Solar

7.1.4. Processed Energy (BTU)

7.1.5. Clean vs. Dirty Energy (Peak Time Energy)

7.1.6. Infrastructure

7.1.6.1. Reliability

7.1.6.2. Smart Grid

7.1.6.3. Scalability

7.1.6.4. Convergence

7.2. Energy Storage

7.2.1. Hydro

7.2.2. Batteries

7.2.3. Water Reservoirs

7.2.4. Air Compression

7.2.5. Carbon-Capture

8. Sustainability

8.1. Definition

8.2. 3 pillars

8.2.1. Social

8.2.2. Economic

8.2.3. Environmental

8.3. Triggers

8.3.1. Degradation of environment

8.3.1.1. Waste Polution

8.3.2. Globalisation

8.3.3. Climate change

8.3.3.1. Climate

8.3.3.1.1. CO2 Footprint

8.3.3.1.2. Preservation and Prevention

8.3.3.1.3. Green House Gas Emissions

9. The understanding of Green IT/ Sustainable Computing

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

11. Awareness of Green IT in the organisation and industry

12. Drivers of promotion and implementation of Green IT

13. Is “green agenda” pursued to be cost neutral?

14. Green IT as a marketing tool?

15. External regulations or green initiatives

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

17. How their own products contribute to a greener business model

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

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

20. Main hindrances of realisation of Green IT within the company

21. Main hindrances of realisation of Green IT in the industry