With energy bills still on the rise we understand you need to make savings where you can. With our complete PC Power Management solution you can considerably cut your IT energy cost by up to 70%.
What is Power Manager?
Ergo Power Manager is an IT software solution that in its simplest form, is a power management solution that allows you to manage and control the IT within your organisation, from turning them off at a set time or making them ‘sleep’ when they are inactive and can help you save over 60% on your IT energy bills.
What does Power Manager do?
The answer is as much or as little as you like. It can provide you real-time dashboard reporting, allow you to control your PCs energy consumption, and most importantly save you money on your IT energy bills.
Benefits of Power Manager:
- Simple to deploy and even simpler to use - with a single file deployment there is no dependencyon Microsoft.NET. It also means there is minimal on-going management after it is deployed.
- Requires no user intervention to be effective and is practically invisible to users.
- Extends Windows power features adding shutdown and logout options and does not compromise computer security and fully supports restricted or locked-down users.
- Optional override tool for selected users to directly control power settings and prevent shutdown/sleep when specific programs are running or files exist. It also works with Windows power management to ensure no accidental loss of user data.
- Can save £53 per desktop per year, reducing PC waste hours by 90%.
Power Manager features include:
- Real-time dashboard reporting - This shows you where and when your energy consumption/waste is occurring. You also have the option to report on IT equipment usage compared to energy waste.
- Full control privileges - This allows you to control every machine in your business, allowing you to set rules for individual machines, groups or every unit.
- Scheduling - You can programme each computer to wake, sleep, hibernate and shutdown.
Why do I need PC Power Management Software?
With some clear objectives from set out by Government, the commitment to reduce CO2 emissions is considerable. With PCs accounting for anything up to 40-50% of total ICT-related electricity consumption, it's easy to see where big CO2 and financial savings could be made in organisations spanning both the public and private sector.