Jason Morris Jolts Madison Park High School Students With A Demo On Computer Power Use

Students at Madison Park’s Information Support Services and Networking program were surprised to learn that the computers in their new computer lab were more power efficient than the old ones.  Jason Morris, our Sustainable IT Coordinator, conducted a program at the school last week to familiarize the students with the basics of green computing.  The highlight of the program was when students used watt meters to measure equipment around the lab.  Instructors David Case and Jack Casey, along with Joe Chard from the Boston Private Industry Council, were there as well.

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