Pike Research: Cloud Computing Energy Efficiency
Cloud computing is steadily gaining traction and presents significant cost and energy savings for businesses that rely on data centers.
Clouds are less expensive to operate than data centers. Pike expects most work conducted today in data centers to be outsourced to cloud computing by 2020.
The report asks these key questions:
• What cost advantage does public cloud computing have over data centers?
• What are key strategies among cloud computing providers for energy efficiency?
• How can companies improve sustainability by switching to cloud computing?
• What energy efficiency ROI does cloud computing present?
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