Private equity firm LLR Partners has made a strategic investment in Salute Mission Critical, highlighting the growth opportunity in data center staffing. Salute recruits and trains military veterans to work in the data center industry.
Amid the lingering COVID-19 pandemic crisis, the data center industry continues to boom. This month we are highlighting new data jobs in Northern Virginia, Salt Lake City, Denver and more.
Despite the national employment crisis, the data center industry continues to hire, with many new openings for managers and skilled staff in Northern Virginia, Montreal, Seattle and Silicon Valley.
In today’s discussion, our panel of six data center executives discuss the staffing and workforce development challenges facing the data center industry.
At the CAPRE Women of Mission Critical Conference, women in data center leadership offered insights about the value of diversity, and the need to create more opportunities for women in the sector.
The first International Data Center Day will be October 29 as an effort to raise awareness of the data center industry and to inspire the next generation of talent.
Digital transformation is changing the world of work, according to digital sociologist Dr. Julie Albright, who says digital natives and automation are reshaping many workforce practices. Plenty more change lies ahead.
Salute Mission Critical was founded to solve two problems at once: training veterans for meaningful careers, while helping data center companies find talent. Its success provides one model for addressing a looming talent shortage in the data center.
At Data Center Frontier, we see eight themes that will shape the data center business in 2019. Scale gets even more hyper, staffing challenges emerge, and market niches proliferate.
Do aging data centers have a future? Can they be repurposed for new applications. The Infrastructure Masons debated the topic at their recent Think Tank in Monaco.