How migrating IT services to the cloud could save one billion tonnes of CO2

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With no ‘one-size-fits all’ approach to cloud migration, firms should look to third-party providers to help them find the optimal solution, writes Northdoor's Rob Batters

A new report from analyst firm IDC recently found that the global tech sector could cut carbon emissions by up to one billion tonnes by 2024 through reducing the amount of emissions from non-cloud physical...

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