How to cut waste for a leaner and greener cloud

Penny Horwood
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Cut waste for a more sustainable cloud

Cut waste for a more sustainable cloud

Cloud wastage is needlessly increasing both carbon footprints and infrastructure costs. Enterprises can boost their ESG profiles and their profits by curbing cloud waste.

Cloud vendors have long positioned their services as a more sustainable alternative to enterprises running their own datacentres and the green cloud message is indeed crafted around a kernel of tru...

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