New Look for Data Center Knowledge
September 9th, 2011 By: Colleen Miller
This morning, readers of Data Center Knowledge will notice some minor changes to the website. We’ve fine-tuned our design to make it easier to share stories on Twitter and Facebook, improved our site navigation and made our content easier to find in search engines. Here’s a quick overview of what’s new:
Improved Social Sharing: We’ve added “Like” and “Tweet” buttons at the top of each story to make it easier for readers to share and discuss industry news on Facebook and Twitter. We also have two ways to interact with us — our Facebook fan page and our Data Center Knowledge LinkedIn group. Feel free to come on over and join the conversation!
Search Box and Navigation: The search box is now at the top of the page, on the upper right. We’ve also retooled the navigation links to limit the drop-down menus. As a result, our Companies archives now have their own page, as do the Regions listings.
Featured Content: We’re now showcasing notable stories about Cloud Computing and Modular Data Centers in a featured content box in our right sidebar.
Expanded Footer: We’ve reorganized the bottom of each page to offer an expanded menu of links offering ways to interact with the DCK team, along with Hot Topics, News Channels and ways to stay connected with us on social media.
Are you new to our site? Data Center Knowledge is a leading online source of daily news and analysis about the data center industry. We cover the latest developments and trends driving the powerful growth in demand for mission-critical facilities, the challenges and opportunities presented by high-density computing and its impact on power and cooling, and the evolution of the industry to include cloud computing and modular data centers. And yesterday, we were named among the 50 Must-Read IT Blogs by BizTech Magazine in September 2011.
We remain committed to our readers and improving your access to Data Center Knowledge news and analysis. As always, we welcome reader feedback, just email us your thoughts.