How the Cloud Reduces Financial Services Carbon Emissions

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by KnowESG,

Equifax Inc.

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Equifax CloudTM will help us reach net-zero GHG emissions by 2040. Equifax tracks its environmental impacts and started disclosing greenhouse gas emissions in 2021 as part of its ESG commitment.

EQUIFAX HAS COMMITTED to reaching net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2040, an important sustainability commitment enabled by our Equifax Cloud™. As part of our commitment to Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) priorities, Equifax tracks its environmental impacts and began disclosing the company’s greenhouse gas emissions in 2021. 

As a global data, analytics and technology company, we at Equifax are motivated to help drive more sustainable practices in our industry and beyond. Our more than $1.5 billion investment in cloud transformation not only helped embed security throughout the enterprise but is also a key driver towards achieving our sustainability goals. From minimizing energy consumption more efficiently than with on-premise data centers, to replacing high-carbon physical machines with their virtual equivalents and eliminating e-waste, cloud technology has the potential to help reduce greenhouse gas in many ways. 

Learn how the cloud can help the banking and financial services industries, including Equifax, help reduce their environmental impact here.

Source: equifax newsroom

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