Hosted IT cuts World Wildlife Fund's carbon footprint

The World Wildlife Fund is expecting to reduce its energy consumption by 40% and lower the cost of its...

The World Wildlife Fund is expecting to reduce its energy consumption by 40% and lower the cost of its UK website by up to 40% using a hosted IT service from Carrenza, Carrenza's Utility Computing Service (UCS) provides dedicated servers to host the WWF UK website over a virtual platform. The efficiency of Carrenza's UCS has enabled the charity to reduce its server hardware requirements by a third.




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