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Is your company working on ways to become more environmentally friendly? Taking care of the environment is an important topic, within organizations and around the world. You may be asking, what does Azure have to do with the environment?
Well, one thing we can do is take a closer look at our data centers. With cloud computing becoming more mainstream and adopted by more and more businesses, this is a great way to do something for the environment. You also give your company a way to get some good PR by ‘going green with blue’.
So, how does cloud computing help the environment? Let me give you 3 key reasons:
1. Shared economies of scale and shared resources. It’s incredible what can be done as a group within Azure. Having the ability to share resources required to write a data center can reduce your energy consumption. Plus, Microsoft is continually improving their data center engineering to reduce energy consumption on a regular basis.
2. Renewable energy. Microsoft works to use and purchase renewable energy as often as possible for their data center power to reduce their energy footprint. For example, they recently announced that their data center in Cheyenne, Wyoming is running entirely on wind power. You can use this as PR for your company by saying, we’re taking advantage of the investments Microsoft in making for the environment in data center management and applying that to ours as well.
3. Microsoft engineering is internally trying to build out more. They have partnered with the open compute project to build more efficient hardware, networks and buildings that house their data centers. You can be part of this by contributing to this open compute project and help them to improve and make it even better.
These 3 key ways – shared economies of scale, ability to use renewable energy and the open compute project – are great reasons to take your organization to the next level while proving that you care for the environment by adding Azure to your portfolio for data center work and management.
If your company is looking to be more energy efficient and you’d like to ‘go green with blue’ and need help moving your data center and environment to Azure, we are the people to talk to. Click the link below or contact us if you have questions or need help with anything Azure related—we’d love to help.
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