Industry Insights Wanted

Do you have your own perspective on a current data center topic? Do you want to respond to a column you’ve read on Data Center Knowledge? We would appreciate your submissions to educate your peers.

Do you have your own perspective on a current data center topic? Do you want to respond to a column you’ve read on Data Center Knowledge?

If so, we’d like to publish your guest column for the Industry Perspectives section of Data Center Knowledge, the leading source of news and information for the data center industry. More than 225,000 data center professionals visit Data Center Knowledge each month to stay informed as they plan, design, build, equip and manage world-class data centers.

Our Industry Perspectives columns provide industry professionals with the opportunity to contribute original articles sharing their insight, expertise and opinions with their colleagues and peers. Additionally, our Industry Perspectives channel is the area of the site where we have the highest degree of social engagement. So share your thoughts with your peers and build your own online presence at the same time!

The content focus is on education and thought leadership, rather than marketing or sales pitches. Please review our guidelines and submission page for guidelines information.

Submissions are welcome on any topic, but we are particularly interested in these areas:

  • Storage/Big Data
  • Cloud computing
  • Industry best practices
  • Data center design, including modular
  • Energy efficiency
  • Measurement and metrics
  • Next-generation technologies
  • Regulatory updates
  • Green technology
  • Security/Disaster Recovery
  • Year in Review/Year Ahead Trends

We welcome submissions from industry leaders. If you would like to submit a piece to run at the end of the year, please send in your ideas early! Email [email protected] to get started. Also, view previously published Industry Perspectives in our Knowledge Library.

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