Salesforce commits datacenters to source renewable power

The world-leading CRM software and cloud computing provider Salesforce announced its plans to increase the amount of renewable energy used in its data center operations, to reach the company's long-term goal of completely running on renewable energy. To fulfill this announcement, Salesforce will ...

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