White Paper: How on site and off site data centers can lower your carbon footprint

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Companies use servers to harness computer power for their businesses. Nearly every organization relies on multiple servers to run applications, provide productivity tools, and enable omni-channel customer support. 

However, they often do not realize the actual cost these servers have on the environment and their bottom line.  

This white paper will dive into the vital aspects of maintaining hardware, its impact on the environment and business, and how companies can lower their carbon footprint with better data centres. 

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