[Continued from Part 1] 5) Identify Unnecessary Phantom Load Phantom load is the power drawn from the wall while a device is not in use and visibly turned ‘off.’ The sources of phantom load can best be identified by monitoring the flow through outlets with smart switches and power strips. In an office building almost everything can be safely switched off or unplugged at night. But many devices in healthcare facilities actually need the phantom load they draw; this enables them to continue working for patients, maintaining records, and so on. Audit the facility and take note of which computers … Continue reading 9 Energy Efficiency Tips for Healthcare Facilities – Part 2
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A fast website is essential to fostering a positive user experience and achieving a favorable search engine ranking. But how do you know if your website is running slowly? And what should you do if you discover that your site is too slow? Below are five proven ways to find out if your site speed is under-performing and some simple steps you can take to speed up your site. How can you find out if your website is running slowly? The best way to determine if your website is performing too slowly is to run a test. And thanks to … Continue reading 5 Proven Ways to Determine if your Site is Too Slow
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