Data Center Job Recruiting & Critical Facilities Staffing
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Welcome To PKAZA!

Recruiting Premium Talent Nationwide for the Critical
Facilities Market

Your Data Center Job search starts Here

Whether you are an employer seeking top talent or a job seeker seeking the next step in your career path, Pkaza Data Center job Recruiting, can set you on the path to success. Pkaza is a premier niche staffing solutions firm specializing in Mission Critical Data Center / Critical Facilities Recruiting.

Our recruiting services primarily cover North America. However, we have the resources that allow us to support companies on a global level as needed in both the Public and Private Sectors. What sets Pkaza apart? Our service and our data center recruiting focus.

09-27-2021
Carolinas Chapter 7x24 Exchange Golf Outing

@ Northstone Country Club, NC https://www.7x24carolinas.org/event-4423952

09-28-2021
DICE SOUTHEAST: How The SouthEast Is Driving Demand For Growth
10-25-2021
AFCOM NYC/ NJ Chapter - Annual Data Center Golf Classic

what people say

RSS Data Center Frontier
  • Yondr Will Develop Green Energy Projects to Support its Data Centers 24 September
    Yondr Group will develop renewable energy projects to support its data center campuses, a move that will help its customers reduce their environmental impact. The company is planning $2 billion in data center development across the Americas.
    Rich Miller
  • How Bare-Metal Cloud Options Benefit Enterprises 23 September
    As enterprise workloads rapidly move to the cloud, there are some applications that struggle in this new multi-tenant environment. A DCF special report courtesy of phoenixNAP and Intel looks at how bare-metal computing options are becoming increasingly popular with organizations looking to migrate performance- or location-sensitive workloads to the cloud.
    Paul Gillin
  • Facebook Eyes Major Data Center Expansion in Hillsboro, Oregon 22 September
    Facebook is pursuing a massive expansion of its data center infrastructure in Oregon, prompting developer QTS Data Centers to seek approvals for more renewable energy for its new campus in Hillsboro.
    Rich Miller