PC Power Management Saves California School District $350,000 Per Year

Faronics, global leader in computer power management and cost reducing IT solutions, announced today that Chaffey Joint Union High School District (CJUHSD) is now saving $350,000 a year by shutting down their inactive PCs with Faronics Power Save. The California based school district joined more than 150 educational institutions in the state when it deployed Power Save’s award winning computer energy management technology on over 4800 workstations. Faronics Power Save provides organizations with centralized computer energy management, allowing organizations to continuously maximize their savings by powering IT down when inactive.

With over 2,000 employees and 25,000 students, CJUHSD is one of the largest school districts in the state of California. With no previous PC power management strategy in place, the district’s computers were often left powered on overnight, wasting a colossal amount of energy and money. For schools facing shrinking budgets, a dedicated PC power management solution is one of the most immediate and cost effective ways to reduce computer energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.

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