The efforts of 24 digital infrastructure industry thought leaders from around the globe explain how we can get our data greener today and together. The continuation of the promotion highlights the greener data cause and keeps the focus on Ukraine, with book sale proceeds being donated to Direct Relief.
To inspire more good with good, we are excited to announce the extension of the Greener Data book launch promotion, previously set to end in July, will extend through Friday, September 30, to encourage even more proceeds to our authors’ charity of choice, Direct Relief for Ukraine.
Greener Data: Actionable Insights from Industry Leaders is a multi-author, visionary book that features the voices, stories, and perspectives of leading decision makers in the data center and network infrastructure industry who are passionate about drastically reducing carbon emissions for a more sustainable Earth. Empowering other industries’ digital transformations, the contributing authors from around the globe share their timely insights to inspire positive and ever-lasting change and sustainability.
Purchase your digital or soft copy of Greener Data: Actionable Insights from Industry Leaders on Amazon here. All proceeds through September 30 will be donated to Direct Relief for Ukraine.
Greener Data made its debut on Amazon on Earth Day 2022, becoming an instant Amazon bestseller. JSA’s Founder & CEO Jaymie Scotto Cutaia spearheaded the book from a vision into fruition in collaboration with 24 digital infrastructure thought leaders around the world. At the same time, the JSA team developed and launched GreenerData.net, a media source for sustainability news and success stories in the digital infrastructure, data center and telecom industries.
“Greener Data is more than a book, it’s an evolving movement we will strive to keep in the forefront of our industry,” explains Jaymie. “We hope the book will continue to inspire readers to learn and to act within their own communities, as together we can make a meaningful difference in the world’s energy consumption and resulting carbon emissions. Those in the digital infrastructure industry can provide the necessary tools and blueprints for other businesses to emulate, and together make a foundational shift for a sustainable Earth.”
To learn more about Greener Data – not just the book but also the industry-led movement – visit greenerdata.net.
To purchase your digital or soft copy, visit Amazon.