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Now more than ever, organizations are focusing on sustainability, including the carbon footprint of their enterprise IT.
And with good reason: IT already accounts for approximately 3% of global CO2 emissions, and it is predicted that it could represent 16% of total emissions by 2040.
Moreover, with increasing pressure on organizations to improve their environmental, social and governance scores and to comply with legislation governing e-waste, developing a sustainable IT strategy is no longer a ‘nice-to-have’.
Other trends, like the growing importance that consumers put on the sustainability of the products they purchase and the effect this has on brand equity, add to the reasons to tackle the issue of sustainable IT.
What is perhaps most surprising, is that a move towards sustainable IT is not just a long-term investment, but a strategic step that can result in large, and immediate, savings.
Our white paper, The challenges and opportunities of sustainable IT, delves into the reasons why organizations across different sectors are engaging with the question of their IT infrastructure’s sustainability.
As a primer on the subject, our white paper provides insights into the practices that companies can use to measure and decrease the carbon footprint of their hardware, providing an actionable resource that organizations can use to evaluate their own positioning and devise a suitable strategy.
Whether you’re at the starting blocks when it comes to an IT sustainability strategy, or your organization is already at work on the subject, we encourage you to discover why the time for green IT is now—and what to do about it.
Sep 25 2019