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Reduce the carbon footprint of IT operations up to 88%

A carbon reduction opportunity

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IT leaders migrate workloads from on-premises data centres to AWS for many reasons, including increased agility and innovation, access to better infrastructure, and cost savings.

According to a 451 Research survey of enterprise data centre energy consumption, moving on-premises workloads to AWS can also lower the associated carbon footprint by 88%.

Find out exactly what the research uncovered with this resource.

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