Sustainability in companies

How can companies produce new data every day and contribute to climate protection at the same time?

The ever-growing volumes of corporate data that need to be permanently stored consume energy and emit large amounts of CO2. Our digital lifestyle and the increasing digitization of companies are causing this energy demand to rise steadily.

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Data centers already consume 2 percent of the electricity generated worldwide - and the trend is rising: according to estimates, this share will rise to an actual 30 percent in the next 15 years.
That's why sustainability starts with the creation and management of different data. Whether documents, presentations, videos, images or emails: companies that want to do their part should collect as little data as possible and consistently delete ROT Data (redundant, obsolete or trivial data).

From 20 years of consulting, I know that any company can reduce CO2 emissions through conscious data management.

Florian Huber, Chairman of the Aparavi Advisory Board

Only when you have an overview of your data can you make an important contribution to sustainability as a company. In this context, we have gained the following insights:

IT decision makers do not know their data
21 %

21% of IT decision-makers do not know their data

One in five IT decision-makers does not (yet) know how much data they actually store in their company. In addition, 80% of all company data is unstructured, i.e. outside of databases on servers or in the cloud, for example.

Irrelevant company data
40 %

40% of all data in the company is irrelevant

Large amounts of data are generated every day, not all of which is unimportant, but much of which is redundant, i.e. exists multiple times. With each data cleansing, your data will have a higher quality of information and your CO2 emissions will be reduced. When was the last time you cleaned your data?

Increase in data volume
230 %

230% growth in data volume by 2025

230% growth in data volume by 2025
In the next four years, the global data volume is expected to grow from the current 79 zettabytes to a total of 181 zettabytes: that's an 181 with 21 zeros. How can you keep track of it all? In the future, data management will become increasingly important.

CO2 savings required worldwide
6 Gt

6 gigatons of CO2 must be saved by 2030

Worldwide, we emit around 43,000,000,000 metric tons (43 gigatons) of CO2 into the atmosphere every year. If the 1.5 degree target is to be achieved, the maximum amount of CO2 emitted in 2030 should be around 37 gigatons: in other words, an annual reduction of 6 gigatons of CO2.

The values given are average values based on various independent studies and partly on estimates, and may vary considerably in specific individual cases. The complete Aparavi study is available for download here.

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* The values given are average values based on various independent studies and in part on estimates, and may vary considerably in specific individual cases.

Data avoidance and data economy, in other words prudent data management, is the order of the day. Everyone knows what to do to save water or gasoline, for example - but how do you save data, especially in large, globally networked companies? At Aparavi, we offer companies a simple and fast solution to significantly reduce their own carbon footprint.

Data can also be sustainable if you know how!

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Current Aparavi study: German companies delete data for climate protection

The encouraging first: in the Aparavi study, almost two-thirds of IT decision-makers (63 percent) confirm that they give priority to reducing the carbon footprint. If this is not just lip service, but an expression of real will, we can already achieve a lot. More than three quarters of them (77 percent) take advantage of a measure that is as simple as it is underestimated: they consistently delete data that is not (or no longer) needed. As a result, their need for storage space is reduced, and with it their power consumption.

Chairman of the Advisory Board

Florian Huber

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