As the center of thought leadership in the mission critical space, Mission Critical offers this blog space as a service to the industry. Bloggers in this space comprise industry figures who contribute expertise, guidance, and knowledge to the industry. Mission Critical wants this space to become a center of discussion and commentary about all types of issues the industry faces. Most of the the initial bloggers in this space responded to a call placed on our LinkedIn Group.
Julius Neudorfer is the CTO and founder of North American Access Technologies, Inc. (NAAT). based in Westchester NY, and has been designing and implementing Data Center Infrastructure and related technology projects for over 20 years. NAAT’s clients include Fortune 500 firms and government agencies.
Julius is a member of ASHRAE, BICSI, IEEE and The Green Grid, as well as a Certified Data Center Design Professional “CDCDP” designer and instructor. He is also an instructor for the US Department of Energy’s Data Center Energy Practitioner “DCEP” program.
Julius has written numerous articles, whitepapers and webinars for various IT and Data Center publications on data center power, cooling and efficiency, and writes his “Hot Aisle Insight’ blog here at Mission Critical Magazine
Mission Critical wants this area to include as many perspectives as possible. If you have an idea, feel free to submit an executive summary or completed submission for review. We will also need a headshot and short bio. We expect all submissions to be educational and not marketing. We find 1000 words to be a good target. You may also include a headshot. We will accept posts that appear on your company or personal blogs, unless they also appear on other sponsored websites.
In addition to your headshot, you may also send a photo or chart to accompany your blog.