Sustainable IT review.
As sustainability increases in importance, so will the role of IT and its effect on the environment.
As environmental aspects become more important to businesses and brands, we will all be looking for ways to reduce the environmental footprint of our IT and company.
Simply charging our phones can eat energy, but when we participate in video conferences, scroll through Linked In or manage a fleet of connected IoT devices, data is transferred, stored and processed digitally through servers that consume large quantities of energy. The data center is at the core of this, independent of our choice of cloud, in-house data center, outsourced IT and/or colocation, and needs to be addressed.
This whitepaper explains which criteria your data center solution needs to fulfil in order to meet coming compliance requirements, customer demands and – probably – your organisations sustainability targets.
A commitment to sustainability has become a business and public sector imperative, not just a means to satisfy customers and employees – put simply, it is the right thing to do. Our guide can help get you started!
“Digitalisation delivers fantastic gains – but devours huge amounts of power. Now is the time to make sure that your digital transformation is done on an environmentally sustainable infrastructure.” – Wiljar Ness, DigiPlex CEO