Cloud computing is internet-based, networked computing, essentially supplying all shared resources, documents, etc. with anyone on the network, all the time. Research has shown that cloud computing can reduce energy consumption in data centers by up to 38% by 2020. It basically makes things more efficient, cutting down on emissions and energy usage. Imagine a thousand people all going to the same store to read the same report, then imagine the same thousand people all having the report instantly available to them without having to leave their home/workplace.
Cloud computing saves energy between data points in a server. Instead of data going from point A to B to C, energy will flow freely. This will save energy because it will not allow for energy bursts.
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