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—large-scale, shared IT infrastructure available over the internet—is transforming the way corporate IT services are delivered and managed. To assess the environmental impact of cloud computing, Microsoft engaged with Accenture—a leading technology, human resource consulting company and outsourcing company and WSP  a global consultancy dedicated to environmental and sustainability issues—to compare the energy use and carbon footprint of Microsoft cloud offerings Enterprise social network with corresponding Microsoft on-premise deployments.
The analysis focused on three of Microsoft’s mainstream business applications—Microsoft Exchange®, Microsoft SharePoint® and Microsoft Dynamics® CRM. Each application is available both as an on-premise version and as cloud-based equivalent. 2 The team compared the environmental impact of cloud-based vs. on-premise IT delivery on a per-user basis and considered three different deployment sizes—small (100 users), medium (1,000 users) and large (10,000 users). The study found that, for large deployments, Microsoft’s cloud solutions can reduce energy use and carbon emissions by more than 30 percent when compared to their corresponding Microsoft business applications installed on-premise. The benefits are even more impressive for small deployments: Energy use and emissions can be reduced by more than 90 percent with a shared cloud service and online to-do-list.
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