A New Look for Data Center Knowledge
Data Center Knowledge has a fresh new look.

A New Look for Data Center Knowledge

We've rolled out a new design for the Data Center Knowledge web site. If you're reading us on email, mobile or via a third-party app, please take a moment and click through to check out our new look.

Today we've rolled out a new design for the Data Center Knowledge web site. If you're reading us on email, mobile or via a third-party app, please take a moment and click through to check out our new look.

We've updated the site to make it easier for you to find and share the day's top data center stories. You'll want to take note that we have added a "Top Trending Articles" box (to the left of this article you are reading), which provides links to the DCK stories that popular with readers, based on social network shares.  It's a great way to find out which items are the day's hottest stories.

For those of you who are new to the industry, or to our site, Data Center Knowledge is a leading online source of daily news, trends, and thought leadership about the data center industry. We cover the moves in the marketplace, the cutting-edge 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.

It's a remarkable change from DCK's beginnings back in 2005, when I cobbled together our initial design from the old "Moveable Type" blog platform using a template. Maybe some of you remember it:

The original design of DCK in 2005.

The original design of DCK in 2005.

Nowadays, they keep me far away from the site code, and we're blessed to have a team of talented team of developers, designers and product managers at our parent company, iNET Interactive, who have created DCK's new look.

One thing hasn't changed: We remain committed to bringing you the latest news and analysis on the newest data center technology and infrastructure, and working to the highest standards of journalistic excellence. Enjoy! As always, we welcome your feedback.

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