Cloud Technology Application
In-house computer servers were historically the only solution for storing important company documents. With limited capacity, in-house computer servers have undoubtedly become an ancient and inefficient tool to businesses who seek to evolve and store archives of current and antiquated data. Over the past few years, cloud computing has stirred an understandable amount of buzz, and have proven to be an immeasurable aid to major and growing businesses alike. “Tech analyst Gartner predicts that as much as half of spending across application software, infrastructure software, business process services and system infrastructure markets will have shifted to the cloud by 2025, up from 41% in 2022. It estimates that almost two-thirds of spending on application software will be via cloud computing, up from 57.7% in 2022.”
The global pandemic has reduced global CO2 emissions from transportation due to travel restrictions and the shift to remote work, however, experts are hesitant to say that these factors made a large enough difference to be beneficial to the environment. Progress was quickly offset by increasing activity in the virtual sphere. Here are 6 practical steps you can take to reduce the amount of CO2 emissions you're contributing from your favourite virtual devices & platforms.