Microsoft Cloud on Swedish soil enables sustainable business in so many ways
Microsoft has launched a world-class, sustainable datacenter region in Sweden with presence in Gävle Sandviken and Staffanstorp. The Microsoft Cloud delivered from datacenters in Sweden will enable organizations to benefit from cloud computing potential as improved security, agility, cost-reduction, reliability, productivity, and near-unlimited scalability.
But even more important, the new Swedish datacenter region is built on technologies that are sustainable by design and will help organizations reduce their environmental footprint. Moving from legacy on-premises servers to modern cloud computing presents the opportunity for organizations to reduce their overall IT consumption of energy and related carbon emissions.
Studies show that Microsoft Cloud is between 22-93% percent more energy efficient than traditional enterprise datacenters, and with the Swedish datacenters running on 100% renewable energy, the Microsoft Cloud is between 72-98% more carbon efficient.
So let’s work together and modernize with Microsoft Cloud, it’s good for your business and good for the planet.
The datacenters running on 100% renewable energy, together with the ambition to gain a zero-waste certification, will help your organization to more easily achieve your sustainability goals.
The datacenters enables you to store data at rest in Sweden and comply with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by taking advantage of the EU Data Boundary for the Microsoft Cloud.
The high-speed connected datacenters provides fault-isolated locations known as Availability Zones. adding additional tolerance to datacenter failures for business-critical systems.
The datacenters is joined to the worlds largest cloud infrastructure, providing you access to the latest digital advancements through Microsoft Azure, Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365, and Power Platform.