LTG Research projects

35. Low-carbon ICT - benefits realisation

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This project aims to take the wake on LAN software developed during the original low-carbon ICT project to offer a national wake on LAN service hosted at Liverpool University. We hope such a shared service will benefit many other organisations so they can reduce their carbon emissions (and save money). If successful this project will be an example of a shared service.

The work involves changing the software developed by Kang Tang at the OeRC to use the authentication/authorisation system offered by the UK Federation (which uses the Shibboleth software) rather than the WebAuth software we use at Oxford.

  • Duration: June 2009 - May 2010
  • Support by the JISC Institutional Exemplars Programme under the Benefits Realisation strand.

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