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9 Data Center Conference Organizers to Follow on Twitter

by Rose Keefe on April 5, 2017

Twitter is a valuable tool for helping data center professionals connect with peers, stay on top of industry events, and meet 5 Data Center Conference Organizers to Follow on Twitterpotential clients. There are also several data center conference organizers who use their accounts to generate interest in their upcoming events.

If you are interested in learning more about upcoming events in your immediate area, these conference professionals have Twitter accounts you can follow to stay informed.

 

  • CapRate Events, LLC: CapRate Events, LLC is a digital media firm that organizes successful and widely-attended commercial real estate and business-to-business events. It is also the organizer for the National Data Center Summit Series, which has been attended by thousands of senior-level executives over the years.
  • CloudExpo: Cloud Expo is a major event that brings technology buyers and vendors together to meet and make strategic connections in the cloud computing industry. Vendors come from a variety of backgrounds, including cloud computing, software-shaped infrastructure, microservices, and artificial intelligence.
  • Console Connect, Inc: The goal of Console Inc. is to change the way enterprises connect to their partners, vendors, and customers. Its platform enables companies to bypass the general Internet and connect with each other over exclusive business networks. Service users include Zendesk, Google, Amazon, and LinkedIn.
  • Data Center World: WIth over three decades of history, and 3,500+ members in its AFCOM member organizatoin, Data Center World is generally held is two U.S. locations each. More recenter, Data Center World has added smaller local events in Chicago and Dallas.
  • DatacenterDynamicsAs part of its Digital Infrastructure Conference Series, DatacenterDynnamics (DCD) produces about 20 data center conferences a year throughout Asia Pacific, EMEA, LATAM, US & Canada.
  • Gartner Data Center, Infrastructure & Operations Management Conference:  An annual conference, the Gartner Data Center, Infrastructure & Operations Management Conference features tracks on agile infrastructure, optimizing IT operations, cloud strategy, infrastructure, storage, managing networks, cost optimization, and leadership.
  • HostingCon: HostingCon is a global event for hosting and cloud providers. Other various attendees include data center operators, telecommunications providers, hardware vendors, and software vendors. HostingCon presents an opportunity to form new partnerships and make valuable connections across the globe.
  • Mission Critical: Mission Critical Magazine covers a broad array of subjects relevant to the data center industry, such as colocation, cooling technologies, and data security. It also regularly reports on key conferences that take place throughout the country.
  • Tegile Events: Established in 2010, Tegile Systems is a renowned storage vendor located in Silicon Valley, California. It specializes in all-flash and hybrid storage solutions that simplify asset management and reduce costs for organizations of all sizes. Tegile’s event’s Twitter feed notifies subscribers of key tech conferences they will attend.

Bottom Line

Data center conferences present an ideal atmosphere to meet other industry professionals, learn more about emerging technologies, and forge profitable business-to-business relationships. The conference organizers on this list are all known for orchestrating events that enable data center operators to make the connections they need to remain both profitable and competitive.

 

 

Which data center conference organizers do you follow on Twitter, and why? Let us know your thoughts in the Comments below.

 

 

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