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Environmental and future awareness are key issues for the WIIT Group. Data-intensive processes also leave an ecological footprint and we are aware of our responsibility towards the environment and society. The operation of data centres is energy-intensive, which is why it is also very important to us to operate our data centres as efficiently as possible and to make many adjustments in order to become ever more sustainable.

The WIIT Group is actively committed to optimising data management, becoming climate-neutral and developing innovative solutions for a sustainable future. We therefore work according to specific ESG (Environmental Social Governance) guidelines, which set out values and commitments in relation to sustainability.

Data management



We manage enormous amounts of data for our customers. Sustainable data management means using resources efficiently and minimising the ecological footprint. An important keyword when it comes to sustainable data is data resilience. This refers to ensuring business continuity in the event of natural disasters, hackers and all incidents that could result in data loss. Specifically, the cloud is an ideal platform for protecting data from these threats and saving resources. We therefore attach great importance to the security of our data centres and the availability of customer data. These efforts are implemented through multiple secured access points to the data centres, video surveillance of the rooms, high fire protection requirements, NEA and UPS systems, regular maintenance of the IT and infrastructure as well as state-of-the-art firewalls.

Tier IV

High level of security thanks to Tier IV data centres in Milan and Düsseldorf


Certified data availability of 99.995% uptime

Cyber security

High security standards against cyber-attacks

Data backup

53 petabytes of data backups in WIIT data centres

Climate neutrality



Transparency with regard to environmental impact and climate neutrality measures is of great importance to us, our customers and the public. Climate neutrality is a crucial aspect of sustainability efforts. Many companies are pursuing ambitious goals to offset their CO2 emissions and become carbon neutral in the long term. We achieve this by optimising server utilisation, using energy-efficient hardware and implementing effective cooling systems. In addition, we rely on regional green electricity from hydroelectric power plants to reduce CO2 emissions. We are committed to creating a sustainable cloud that also helps other companies to develop efficient and climate-friendly business models and services.

Energy savings

Customers save 1528 MWH per year with the WIIT Cloud

Renewable energy

100% of energy consumption from renewable sources

Energy efficiency

61.9 MWH per petabyte per year in WIIT data centres

CO2 binding

105.7 tonnes of CO2 are absorbed with Treedom




Innovations promote sustainability. We are constantly developing our work processes through continuous monitoring and the use of artificial intelligence, thereby expanding our services and products towards more efficient solutions that also enable our customers to work optimally. Our data centres are also constantly being equipped with the latest technology in order to minimise energy consumption and make better use of resources. The promotion of specific, future-oriented projects is also on our agenda in order to support innovation.

Latest technologies

Use of state-of-the-art technologies such as AIs for process optimisation

Digital360 Award

Winning project "Kubernetes on steroids" honoured


3 observatories in cooperation with Polim

Innovative projects

11 projects in the areas of automation and business focus technologies are under development

Find out more about the IT infrastructure at the WIIT Group's data centre locations

Sustainability goals of the WIIT Group until 2030

"Green" energy

100% sourcing of renewable energies such as regional hydropower


80% of technical resources are to be repaired and reused

Tier IV expansion

75% of countries to be covered by Tier IV data centres

Optimised IT infrastructure

Increase fault-tolerant IT infrastructures from 300 kW to 1500 kW


The company fleet should consist of at least 70% hybrid or electric vehicles

Research initiatives

Sponsorship of at least 50 scientific research initiatives in the digital/cloud sector

NGO Support

Investment of 1% of annual turnover in digital services for the benefit of non-profit organisations

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