With Azure Carbon Optimization, engineering and IT teams can use ready-to-consume insights and recommendations for optimizing their carbon emissions, all within the Azure portal. Microsoft Azure emissions insights enable data analysts and engineers to dive deeper into emissions data, allowing them to slice and dice the data and perform deeper analytics using Microsoft Fabric.
Microsoft Industry Blogs: Sustainability
Announcing new data solutions and generative AI advancements in Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability and Microsoft Fabric with Copilot in Microsoft Sustainability Manager and other AI-powered features.
Circularity is an important means of reducing waste and resource consumption by keeping materials, products, and services in use for as long as possible. To help organizations measure and report their circularity performance, Microsoft Sustainability Manager now includes circularity data ingestion.
New capabilities within the 2024 release wave 1 will be available from April 1, 2024, to September 30, 2024. This plan covers features for Microsoft Cloud for Retail, Azure Data Manager for Agriculture, Microsoft Cloud for Financial Services, Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability, Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare, and Microsoft Cloud for Nonprofit.
Many conversations at COP28 emphasized three ways to drive business growth alongside sustainability progress—through AI innovation, harnessing ESG data to deliver actionable intelligence, and collaborating across industries and sectors.
In this second part of our customer zero blog series, we share how we’ve used technology to advance our Scope 3 progress and how we’ve engaged with our suppliers to drive their own accountability and progress.
Introducing Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability Community portal and new Sustainability Manager features
We’re excited to share that we’ve launched the Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability Community portal, a place to connect and lean on each other’s experience. Keep reading to learn more about the new portal as well as the latest new features in Microsoft Sustainability Manager to help you accelerate progress.
As part of our efforts to empower implementers to create reliable, scalable, secure, and cost-efficient solutions, we have introduced Well-Architected for Industry. The framework consists of five pillars of architectural excellence including reliability, cost optimization, operational excellence, performance efficiency, and security.
By not only making actual planning and observational data more accessible, but also helping companies present insights in a human-centric format with generative AI, Azure Data Manager is helping lead the way into a more sustainable future.
We're excited to announce the availability of Microsoft Sustainability Manager Intelligent insights (preview), an AI-powered tool that empowers organizations to perform deeper analysis on their emissions data.
This blog is the first in a series documenting our experience as “customer zero” of our own sustainability technology—from how we got started to how we’re now using Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability solutions to record and manage our progress and enable our customers to do the same.
AI is reinventing customer engagement where every connection adds value to the customer relationship, enriching employee experiences to help people be more creative in their work, and reshaping business processes. Read about how Microsoft partners across industries are accelerating innovation with AI.
With Azure Data Manager for Agriculture, organizations can leverage high-quality datasets for digital agriculture solutions, allowing customers and partners to focus on product innovation rather than data management.