For enterprises, sustainability should not be about implementing isolated solutions, but a continuous process for exploring new avenues and measures that can help reduce the carbon footprint. Also, organizations should view the potential adverse impact of a digital workplace; how the explosion of digital devices can lead to carbon emissions is a thought that demands immediate attention. In such a scenario, it is pivotal to strike an optimum balance between the required infrastructure and the permissible limit of emissions.
The key merit of a Green Cloud Computing architecture is in ensuring real-time performance while reducing the energy consumption of internet data centers. When operational in tandem, Cloud Computing and Green Computing can together reduce CO2 emission and provide an effective operating environment for organizations.
Working with an experienced partner, such as HCLTech, can help to navigate the stream of choices and create a roadmap to maximize business value while driving sustainability. Download the whitepaper to know more.