Data center professionals descended upon the American Cancer Society Center in downtown Atlanta for a panel discussion centered around the changing languages of data centers.
Morrison Hershfield Mission Critical is co-hosting a panel on 'The Changing Language of Data Centers' Thursday morning, April 21st at the American Cancer Society Center in Atlanta, GA.
Data Center Knowledge’s editor in chief Yevgeniy Sverdlik recently attended a presentation by Steven Shapiro, Morrison Hershfield’s mission critical practice lead, at Data Center World in National Harbor, Maryland. Shapiro has over 29 years of experience designing and commissioning of mission critical facilities and has authored numerous technical articles.
Morrison Hershfield’s Vice President Scott Steiding and Jones Lang LaSalle’s Executive Vice President Mike Dolan recently collaborated on an article in the May/June 2015 issue of Mission Critical magazine. An excerpt of their article, entitled “Evolving Strategies for Data Center Site Selection,” appears below:
Professionals from throughout the data centre industry will convene for breakfast, networking and a panel discussion moderated by Sean Smith, P.Eng., MBA, Principal for Morrison Hershfield's mission critical practice.
This presentation by Morrison Hershfield's Sean Smith, Principal, P. Eng, MBA includes an introduction to data centers, including a discussion on location criteria, key factors to look for when thinking about establishing a data center in an existing building and case studies on data centers in the Atlanta and Toronto areas.
“Most organizations still believe some very common myths about Tier Ratings and high availability data centers, and I’m looking forward to sharing our insight,” said Mr. Shapiro, who has over 26 years of experience in designing and commissioning of mission critical facilities. He is the author of numerous technical articles and seminars.