Cloud computing and storage is a fast growing industry that is helping to drive our economy forward, but is it a revolutionary sustainability game changer or a sad example of greenwash?
U.S. government scientists, in a study backed by Google, say huge energy savings are possible with centralized data services.
Greenpeace activists worldwide conclude protests designed to pressure Apple into cleaning up the carbon footprint of the iCloud with renewables.
The widespread adoption of electric vehicles presents a problem that must be solved with data – specifically, cloud-based software that will collect information on electric vehicles connected to the grid.
It seems that whether computing goes green depends less on the cloud than all of the people standing beneath it.
Gmail is 80 percent more efficient than in-house email? That’s just one new green tidbit coming out of the Googleplex.
The Carbon Disclosure Project out of England has released a study funded by AT&T that says cloud-computing can save billions in energy costs each year.
Software is being developed that would route automatically data, stored on cloud computing systems, to data centers powered by the wind.
Energy-efficient computers, green computing habits, cloud computing and e-waste recycling–in this primer, we cover the essentials of greener computing.
According to a new study commissioned by Microsoft, small businesses can reduce computing carbon emissions by as much as 90% by switching to cloud computing.