Cloud computing has boomed in the last few years, heralded as a cheaper and greener approach to IT.
In short, it means moving your IT functions (for example data, software and websites) to remote servers and data centres, and then accessing them via the internet.
According to McKinsey, IT was responsible for around 2% of the world’s carbon footprint in 2007, and this is predicted to double to 4% by 2020. As a result the ‘Cloud’ represents a huge opportunity in terms of carbon reduction and energy-efficiency.
This guide will attempt to shine a light in just what is the Cloud and how it can benefit energy efficiency.
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