What lies ahead for the data center industry in 2022? We’ve identified 8 themes that will shape the data center business this year. The overarching theme is dealing with the challenges of growth and the data center industry’s vital role in a digital society.
Insights: Social Business
Tips and best practices to help social media professionals use LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and other social networks to build their business and advance the industry.
Online platforms have become central to our daily lives. That’s why outages have become big news, a fact reflected in the year’s Top 10 stories at Data Center Frontier, which were topped by high-profile outages for Facebook and OVH.
Facebook has invested $16 billion in building and operating its data centers in the United States, the company said yesterday as it unveiled a new web site showcasing its plans for 40 million square feet of global data center infrastructure.
House shoppers browsing Zillow seeking homes in the Dallas area are encountering an unusual opportunity: A former data center being offered for sale as the “ultimate safe house.”
Today is International Data Center Day, an effort to raise awareness of the data center industry and to inspire the next generation of talent. Here’s a look at the events and resources to mark the day.
The hot downloads from Data Center Frontier’s white paper library in 2020 tracked the rise of edge computing, the ins and outs of data center site selection and strategies for addressing data center power and water needs.
Education is part of our mission at Data Center Frontier. In our Voices of the Industry feature, we share the experience of data center executives on the front lines of innovation. Here’s a look at the 10 most popular Voices columns for 2020.
It’s been a strange and extraordinary year, in which many existing data center trends have been amplified by the pandemic. Here are the 10 most popular stories on Data Center Frontier in 2020, ranked by page views.
The COVID-19 pandemic has reinforced the importance of video in data center marketing. Dan Ephraim of IMA says that focus should include enhanced use of YouTube in addition to LinkedIn, the industry’s traditional social channel of choice.
With conference schedule disrupted by the Coronavirus, organizers are pivoting to online delivery of content, hoping to bring new energy to online B2B events. First up is DCD, which is promising “the mother of all virtual events” for DCD>NY.