Data Center Knowledge is the leading source of news, analysis, and expertise for data center industry professionals. The site covers data center design and strategy, energy issues, IT operations, enterprise cloud, and the global multi-tenant data center industry. DCK also publishes expert advice on everything from data center design to infrastructure and energy strategy for enterprise applications.
AFCOM is the leading association supporting the educational and professional development needs of data center professionals around the globe. Established in 1980, AFCOM currently boasts more than 4,500 member data centers and 40 chapters worldwide, and provides data center professionals with unique networking opportunities and educational forums and resources through its bi-annual Data Center World Conferences, published magazines, regional chapters, research and hotline services, and industry alliances. AFCOM offers an innovative medium for you to get year-round exposure to data center management professionals. Through your involvement with AFCOM, you will be recognized by our members as a true educational leader, while increasing your bottom line. AFCOM is dedicated to helping you engage your target markets through a variety customized marketing opportunities.
The Data Center Institute focuses on the emerging trends, innovation, technological change, macro-economic shifts and workforce dynamics shaping the data center and IT infrastructure industry worldwide. Its mission is to advance knowledge and inform data center and IT infrastructure professionals through producing independent research, presenting webcasts and speaking at conferences like Data Center World on major issues and opportunities affecting the future of data centers and IT infrastructures.
AFCOM Leaders Lab is a think tank comprised of data center professionals across the United States who explore solutions and develop responses to the most critical issues facing data centers today.
Data Center World is the leading conference in providing high quality, comprehensive education to data center and facilities management professionals. Our experts help data center pros gain crucial insight into how formal processes and industry tools can align IT goals with business goals to improve operations. Each conference is built by end-users, with comprehensive coverage of a broad range of topics on the IT and facilities side of the house and all sessions are vendor-neutral.