Cloud computing hailed as 'thrilling breakthrough' for cutting carbon emissions

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Carbon Disclosure Project report predicts large US firms could save £8bn in energy annually by 2020 using remote servers

Cloud computing is being touted as the latest craze in IT, and now environmental experts are predicting that it could help businesses save thousands of tonnes of carbon emissions over the next decade....

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