Data Center POST aims to provide useful content to the data center community.

Data Center POST was created for the sole purpose of offering timely, relevant information to data center and IT and managers. Today, we’re doing the very same same thing—telling you what makes today’s data center tick, and tomorrow’s data center as well.

Our daily posts are contributed by senior IT and business executives, and other industry experts. Data Center POST works hard to get the most current information to add relevance to the successful data center.

In today’s mission critical facilities, there’s no room for downtime, security breaches, or lack of planning. A well-oiled data center is the foundation of success for any size enterprise. But getting there requires dedication, education, knowledge-sharing, an insatiable appetite for technology, and a commitment to business excellence. Data Center POST aims to bring the data center community together to realize all of the above. We’re a knowledge base, a news portal, and a timeless beacon for the data center industry.

What is a POST?

Posts are the heartbeat of Data Center POST. Simply put, a post is an original chunk of information that IT and data center mangers use to enrich their own knowledge base, and keep up with today’s demanding data center. So if you have a  technology or solution that our readers should know about, we want to know.
A post is not a syndicated press release. We get tons of these in our inbox. However, behind every great press release is a great story or POST! Turn your press releases into original stories that data center and IT managers want to hear. Tell us as best as you can, from a vendor-neutral standpoint, how the solution mentioned in the press release contributes to the overall effectiveness of today’s data center.

A post is not a case study. Same as above. We get tons of those as well. Turn your case study into an original post that our readers can read without hearing a sales pitch.

A post is not a whitepaper. Same as above. Turn your whitepaper into an original post that our readers can read without getting unnecessarily technical. Our readers aren’t beginners, but they’re not here every day to read an encyclopedia either!

Who should post?

We’re looking for experts in the data center industry. Are you a vendor that caters to data center and IT managers, CEOs, CIOs, product managers, engineers, technology researchers, etc? Do you have content that will enrich the data center community? How is your company helping to shape the data center landscape?  What is your company doing that deserves recognition?

Why post?

Posting your content on Data Center POST gives you access to our large and rapidly expanding group of data center/senior IT managers and business executives. Your information will be read by thousands of IT and data center managers daily. But we don’t stop there – we aggressively push your information to our social friends including Twitter, Facebook, Digg, and Delicious, and we’ll submit your content to hundreds of directories – every day.


CONTRIBUTING EDITORS

Joanna Soucy, Editor-in-Chief

JoannaStyczen_600x600_Web-200x200Joanna Soucy is an accomplished telecommunications and technology writer and editor whose work has appeared in a number of widely-read industry publications, including DatacenterDynamics, Capacity Magazine, TMCnet, CloudTweaks, Data Center POST, TelecomNewsroom, Cloud POST and Telecom Review North America. She is currently Technical Writing Director at iMiller Public Relations, an independent public relations and marketing consulting firm focused on serving the global telecom and technology sectors. Previously, Joanna served as Senior Writer for Harvard Oaks Enterprises, Inc., one of the largest privately-owned, business writing and career consulting firms in the Midwest. Joanna received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Illinois State University where she minored in Political Science and Spanish.

Featured Contributors

Ilissa Miller

IlissaMiller_600x600_Web-200x200Ilissa Miller is a highly-regarded thought leader and influencer in the global telecommunications and technology sectors. She possesses nearly two decades of experience in sales, marketing and product development, and has launched and elevated the brands of many of the most successful and innovative global and North American-based telecom companies in the industry. Ilissa’s articles have been published in Capacity Magazine, Global Telecom Business, Telecom Review North America, TMCnet, ChannelVision Magazine, Data Center POST, TelecomNewsroom and Cloud POST. A much sought-after speaker and panel moderator, she has graced the stage of a number of prestigious industry conferences and events, including Capacity North America, International Telecoms Week, ITEXPO, the New Jersey Technology Council and NEDAS. Ilissa is the founder and CEO of iMiller Public Relations, an independent public relations and marketing consulting firm focused on serving the global telecom and technology sectors.

Daniel Highet

^394927E19BA5627161364B62491C4C577461286C1E1BBE0616^pimgpsh_thumbnail_win_distrDaniel Highet’s career as a journalist, editor, producer, communications and public relations professional spans over 20 years. In the telecommunications and technology space, his work has been published in Capacity Magazine, DatacenterDynamics and TMCnet. Daniel has been a producer of PBS television, and commercial and public radio programs, and a theatrical release investigative documentary film.  In the corporate domain, his video production for a multinational healthcare organization in turnaround screened at the Council on Foreign Relations, while in the government sector, a film he produced helped introduce culture change at NASA on behalf of the Agency’s Office of Public Affairs. Daniel is a technical writer at iMiller Public Relations, an independent public relations and marketing consulting firm focused on serving the global telecom and technology sectors.

Laura Sperandeo

LauraSperandeo_600x600_Web-200x200Laura Sperandeo develops brand platforms and communication strategies for global data center, managed services and colocation solutions providers, as well as leading telecommunications technology companies. She is an Account Manager and member of the Digital Marketing team at iMiller Public Relations (iMPR), an independent public relations and marketing consulting firm focused on serving the global telecom and technology sectors. At iMPR, Laura provides leadership in strategic marketing and client message development, in addition to event planning. She graduated cum laude at the Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and a minor in Marketing.

Laura Noland

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Laura Noland is a qualified marketing and communications professional with 20 years’ experience in social media and project management, strategy, engagement, content creation and digital marketing. She joins iMiller Public Relations as a Client Services Manager, responsible for supporting iMPR clients in all aspects of project management and execution, and strategic marketing, PR and event guidance.

Prior to joining iMPR, Laura has held positions in social media management, digital marketing, and television news as an Anchor and Reporter. Laura received her Bachelor’s degree in Radio / Television at the University of Central Florida. In her spare time, Laura enjoys spending time with her husband and three children, as well as cheering on the Oklahoma Sooners.

Kathy Xu

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Kathy Xu is contributing editor to Data Center POST and CloudPOST focused on key topics including data centers, colocation, cloud computing, network solutions, and more.  Kathy received her Master of Science degree in Public Relations and Corporate Communication from New York University.  She also has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Literature from University of California, Santa Cruz.