SALESFORCE.COM’s SUSTAINABLE CLOUDAt salesforce.com, we believe the biggest impact we can make toward a more sustainable p...
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Salesforce.com’s Sustainable Cloud

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Salesforce.com's cloud computing model is much more energy efficient than traditional IT hardware and software

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  • This recent blog post and white paper offer more detail on our sustainability model: http://bit.ly/IAJXwz.
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Salesforce.com’s Sustainable Cloud

  1. 1. SALESFORCE.COM’s SUSTAINABLE CLOUDAt salesforce.com, we believe the biggest impact we can make toward a more sustainable planet is using resources more efficientlyand empowering our 100,000+ customers to do the same. SUSTAINABLE CLOUD AWARDS AND ACCOLADES World’s Most Carbon Disclosure 91 IN 2011, TRANSACTIONS* GREW BY 63% WHILE THE CARBON PRODUCED Ethical Companies for six consecutive years by Ethisphere Leadership Index Score PER TRANSACTION* DECREASED BY Ranked 14th in U.S. IT -20% 14 TH in Newsweek’s Green IT Rankings of All Fortune 500 Companies *A transaction is defined as the transmission of a single piece of data online, such as a Chatter post, Radian6 search, or an edit to contact records. SALESFORCE.COM’s CLOUD COMPUTING MODEL SINCE 1999, SALESFORCE.COM’s CUSTOMERS SAVED: is much more energy efficient than traditional IT hardware and software 451,700 tonnes of CO2e emissions Saving the equivalent of 51.5 million gallons of gasoline SALESFORCE.COM’s CLOUD USES AND IS 95% LESS 64% MORE Or removing CARBON Multi-tenancy Architecture ENERGY EFFICIENT 98,000 cars from the road THAN ON-PREMISES SERVERS THAN PRIVATE CLOUDS VS VS Source: Salesforce.com and the Environment: Reducing Carbon Emissions in the Cloud

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