In fact, the increase looks even more significant when taking into account the 'not sures' - this time around, 16.6 percent of respondents couldn't say if their company had implemented a green policy, an option that wasn't available when we polled in 2009.
In other words, the percentage of people who knew for certain rose from 31.4 to 53.9 percent in just over 12 months.
It's uncertain, however, whether the rise in green computing is due more to burgeoning awareness of environmental issues or simply the need to make savings in an era of economic austerity.
Many of the comments in the related forum discussion referred to measures that would reduce expenditure.
Forum member KremmenUK said: "All our printers are set to Duplex by default. We are encouraged to shut down the PCs overnight and turn off monitors - otherwise we get a laminated note on our desk the next morning. Screensavers are blocked and full monitor shutdown in its place after a period of time (all controlled centrally)."
Fruit Bat /\0/\ said: "Several documents that were quite sizeable were issued to every manager in printed format. These were updated often every six months. Now they are only issued as pdf docs. That's one forest saved!"