With so many businesses attempting to go green, there are a few tools to choose from. One of these tools is cloud computing and virtualizing their businesses. For many this is a new concept that seems mysterious and too futuristic to implement. With conventional business being the standard, how can [...]Read more ›
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With a multi-billion dollar budget that keeps Apple afloat, it is no doubt the software giant’s ecological footprint is probably a big one. But the company is looking to ease that footprint when a massive solar farm in the U.S. goes online. New photos captured from the sky show that [...]Read more ›
With all of the information that is being sent back and forth in our world, you can imagine how much heat data servers are emitting each day. But there’s an innovative idea that’s turning heads in the data services industry. There are reports that Intel has given the thumbs up [...]Read more ›
At first glance it might be easy to consider that cloud computing is green. The name evokes nature, for a start, but beyond that one might immediately think to saving paper for print outs (as you can access your data anywhere), or not needing power hungry, constantly on servers in [...]Read more ›
Apple Inc. has made an announcement on Apple’s website promising that their 500,000-square-foot data center in Maiden, North Carolina will be powered by renewable sources by the end of this year. Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer told Reuters: “The plan we are releasing today includes two solar farms and together they will be twice as big [...]Read more ›
Now that Apple’s massive North Carolina datacenter is online, and it’s powering the business’ iCloud service, many are curious about what is going to be done with the adjacent areas of land that have been cleared for some type of construction. Some suspected it was for another datacenter, but according [...]Read more ›