Verdiem PC Power Manager

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PC Power Manager

Verdiem helps you accurately measure PC and Mac energy consumption, enforce policies for greater energy efficiency, and optimize savings.


  • Measure Costs
    Reducing PC and Mac energy usage starts with establishing a baseline of current energy usage. Verdiem automatically detects and groups devices and captures the most accurate energy usage data. Customers can capture energy costs through time and across multiple currencies to accurately reflect energy expenditures and savings in each location. With this data, organizations can identify opportunities to save energy by learning how their energy usage varies by department, location, device type, and more.
  • Manage Energy
    With the baseline usage data and knowledge of different workgroup requirements, power management policies can be established that allow IT to centrally manage the PC and Mac fleets. Verdiem’s flexible policy engine lets IT define any number of policies by device type, location, time-of-day, etc. In addition, Verdiem supports distributed administration, including role-based security, for even the most complex enterprise topologies.
  • Optimize Savings
    Role-based dashboards provide actionable information on energy costs, C02 emissions, and asset inventory and health to key stakeholders including execs, facilities, sustainability, and IT. Our built-in business intelligence capabilities enable deeper analysis to identify additional energy savings opportunities. Plus, IT can locate, troubleshoot, and fix problematic PCs including ones that won’t go to sleep or wake up. IT can also identify underutilized devices that are candidates to be virtualized or eliminated.


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