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What Are the Characteristics of a Good Recruiting Agency?

Here are series of factors that you must check before going to any recruiting agency. Whenever you are looking to apply for a job in an environment that is highly competitive, there is a great chance that the hiring manager may not even see your resume. That is why it is crucial that you avail

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What Are Data Centers and How Do They Work?

IT experts explain what are data centers and what their importance is in modern life. There are plenty of people out there that have never heard of data centers and have no idea about the kind of work that is done there. Simply put, a data center is a physical facility where multiple organizations from

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  • Mitigate Risk, Improve Performance and Decrease Operating Expenses through Data Center Self-Performance
    If a vendor conducts the actual work in your data center, then you or your operator aren’t maximizing your current operating resources and are experiencing incremental cost and risk. Chad Giddings of BCS Data Center Operations, explains the importance of your data center provider having a high-degree of self-performance.
    Voices of the Industry
  • Understanding the Physics of Airflow in High Density Environments
    To understand precision cooling for IT equipment, you must first grasp the physics of airflow in high density data center environments, Julius Neudorfer reviews the critical details in airflow physics in article featuring TechnoGuard.
    Julius Neudorfer
  • The Top 10 Data Center Stories for June 2022
    Huge new campuses and innovative solutions for better sustainability were the key themes that resonated with Data Center Frontier readers last month. Here are the 10 most popular stories on Data Center Frontier in June 2022, in order of article views.
    Rich Miller
  • Why Phoenix is an Increasingly Hot Data Center Market
    The Phoenix data center market is one of the largest in the US in terms of capacity, and it's growing at a rapid pace. A new DCF special report provides an overview of growth drivers in the Phoenix metro area.
    DCF Staff
  • Boston’s Rich Tech History Paves the Way for Data Centers
    Data center development in Boston has found its way to both the downtown and outer suburbs of the city. A new DCF special report courtesy of Digital Realty examines how the city's rich tech history has paved the way for data center development.
    DCF Staff
  • The Software-Defined Bottom Line and the Data Center Value Equation
    Before 2000 and before the more extensive deployment of Internet companies, the data center was seen as a simple business function, meaning it was seen as a tool and cost-center for many businesses. In this article from Schneider Electric, learn more about key DCIM attributes and how the data center value equation has evolved.  
    Bill Kleyman
  • Power Interoperability: The New Standard for Data Centers
    Brian Korn of Advanced Energy, explores the shift from simple servers to achieving interoperability in an open standard power architecture.
    Voices of the Industry
  • How Microgrids Can Modernize The Grid
    The reliability of the U.S. electric grid has taken center stage as increasingly powerful storms and more frequent natural disasters have revealed grid vulnerabilities. Learn why microgrids are the new highly resilient, carbon-neutral backup generation solution for today's technology ecosystems.
    Kathy Hitchens
  • How an Owner-Enabled Supply Chain Can Bring Transparency to Cloud Providers
    Without transparency between all parties, the data center construction process is not functioning at max efficiency, leading to site construction delays, and missed opportunities for the Cloud Providers. Robert Moffit, Executive Vice President of BluePrint Supply Chain, explores the importance of transparency in supply chain management.
    Voices of the Industry
  • The Home of the Cloud: Rapid Growth Continues in Northern Virginia
    Northern Virginia continues to be largest market for data center space in the U.S. A new DCF special report provides an overview of the trends driving growth in Data Center Alley and its emerging sub-markets.
    DCF Staff
Data Center Training Programs, Data Center Career Opportunities

Certified Mission Critical Operator (CMCO)

The Certified Mission Critical Operator program was created to meet the growing need for qualified operators to maintain today’s complex data centers. Experienced Mission Critical Operators from major corporations created the blueprint via a grant from the US Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. For excellence in operating a Mission Critical data center, you can count on a Certified Mission Critical Operator (CMCO).

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DCPRO Mission Critical Training

DCPRO is a wholly owned subsidiary of DatacenterDynamics, the industry's most influential media and events brand. DC Professional Ltd. was formed in 2011 to service the professional development needs of the rapidly evolving mission critical IT infrastructure industry. They have provided classroom training to more than 12,000 students around the world - in many languages - through its network of expert instructors, and has delivered more than 15,000 modules of online training.

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Uptime Institute

Uptime Institute aligns their data center education and training programs along three tracks, focused on data center design, management and operations. Uptime Institute teaches courses in over 30 cities worldwide, providing you a convenient opportunity to join an alumni network of over 3000 graduates around the world and take your data center education to the next level. Uptime Institute has earned CPD Accreditation through The CPD Standards Office. Taking Uptime Institute Accredited Training Courses qualifies as continuing education credits.

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Marist College Institute for Data Center Professionals

The Marist College Institute for Data Center Professionals (IDCP) was founded in 2004 with support and funding from the National Science Foundation. In partnership with professional, industry and governmental organizations, the IDCP has been providing individuals and corporate teams with skills-based education and credentialing supporting the data center and enterprise computing environments of the future.

Infrastructure Masons - Ireland Local Chapter Meeting
7X24 Exchange NY Chapter (Virtual) 2022 UNIVERSITY CHALLENGE
DCD > Connect l New York
7x24 EXCHANGE DC Chapter / Cybersecurity Speaker and Vendor Expo

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BISNOW DICE SOUTHWEST 2022 - Data Center Demand, Drivers and Sustainable Solutions
DICE EAST 2022: A Premium Two-Day Data Center Event

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