UK businesses advised to switch IT services to public cloud to curb CO2

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Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) advises moving to public cloud, delete old data and consider buying repurposed IT equipment to help lower emissions

The government has urged UK businesses to accelerate the pace of migrating their data onto cloud-based storage in order to help curb their carbon emissions and support climate change efforts. The Department...

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