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Our connected technologies are demanding ever more use of servers - from streaming data to cloud storage and mobile apps, data centres alone are thought demand up to 6% of the world’s energy.
In Health, we are collecting and storing more data for digital health products, communication and Primary Care, all of which may need to be stored for many years and retrieved on demand.
How do we address the carbon footprint of IT, which increases even as individual devices become more efficient? Open Discussion facilitated by the Green Drinks organisers: Alexis Percival is an Environment Manager within the NHS, with Yorkshire Ambulance Service and latterly on Secondment to NHS Digital
Anzir Boodoo works with low cost digital technologies, is a Leeds Repair Café fixer and member of Leeds Hackspace.