The Carbon Benefits of Cloud Computing
A white paper on the energy and emissions savings achieved by moving IT infrastructures, operations, and applications to the Microsoft Cloud.
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The Carbon Benefits of Cloud Computing

Organizations around the world are discovering that digital transformation is accelerating their sustainable transformation. In fact, The Carbon Benefits of Cloud Computing white paper shows that moving IT infrastructures from traditional datacenters to the cloud reduced companies’ carbon emissions by 72 to 98 percent.

Read the white paper—based on a study by WSP Global, an environmental consulting firm—to compare the carbon footprints of datacenters vs. cloud computing. Find out how cloud-based applications can increase energy efficiencies by up to 93 percent and lower the cost of business with:

  • Operational efficiencies
  • Equipment efficiencies
  • Datacenter infrastructure efficiencies
  • Renewable energy purchases

Download the white paper now to discover how cloud computing can advance your sustainability goals.


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