This week is your last chance to enter our Green IT survey and give yourself a chance of winning a free green IT audit for your firm, worth almost £2,000.
The survey aims to find out how far the IT community understands environmental issues and what steps they are taking to make processes more environmentally sustainable.
To take part, fill in our online survey and you will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win one of 10 places at the House of Commons launch of the Green IT report on Monday 3 December. One lucky winner will also benefit from a complimentary Green IT audit of their organisation, to be conducted by Global Action Plan, courtesy of Logicalis.
All survey participants will also receive a complimentary copy of the Executive Summary of the findings, which should help IT professionals to gauge the level of Green IT awareness in their organisation.
The survey has been put together by Computerworld UK in partnership with Global Action Plan, the UK's leading business-focused environmental charity. The findings will help Global Action Plan as it seeks to determine the baseline on green IT.
The charity has been the driving force behind establishing an end user Environmental IT Leadership Team, which includes IT chiefs from Ford, the British Medical Association (BMA), Sony UK, John Lewis, E.ON UK, the University of Cumbria and Lloyds TSB. The group, sponsored by Logicalis, is set to explore issues around and publish best practices for sustainable IT.
Take part in our How Green is your IT? survey.