Cloud computing saves money and cuts carbon emissions at Novo Nordisk

Integrating cloud solutions has helped with Novo Nordisk's sustainable transition, Danish media reports.

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Novo Nordisk has transitioned to a new cloud-based IT solution, and so far it has paid off by saving the company 1,400 tonnes of CO2, as reported by Danish business daily Børsen.

The new solution means that 3,500 of the company's external consultants can now access the cloud solution, meaning that they no longer require a physical computer to be sent to them, which was previously done for security reasons.

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