Oracle’s operations in Europe are already powered by 100% renewable power sources, but that’s just the beginning. The company is working hard to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2030.
Stryve Secure is already a certified carbon-neutral business, an effort that was driven by staff members and employees who are concerned about the future of the planet and dedicated to minimizing their own carbon footprints. Now the company is working to achieve zero-carbon success in its supply chain, too.
The first 25 partners to join the VMware Zero Carbon Committed initiative are innovators, leading a global effort to create a zero carbon cloud infrastructure, and to develop the sustainable foundation for information technology that helps address a key global issue – climate change.
Part of Over the Wire Group, a provider of telecommunications, cloud, and IT solutions to enterprises in Australia and New Zealand, Digital Sense helps organizations address their most complex cloud challenges with solutions and services that simply work.
Sopra Steria Nordics: Empowering Enterprises Throughout Scandinavia to Realize the Full Potential of the CloudSopra Steria Nordics has a long track record of helping organizations throughout Scandinavia embrace the cloud – all while harnessing the resources of the company’s extensive footprint in nearly 30 countries.
Netstream made the decision to run its data centers via renewable sources of energy in 2018. Today those facilities and the company’s offices are operated completely by solar power.