About the Author
Jennifer Sweeper joined Digital
Realty early in 2015 as Partner Marketing Manager. In addition to overseeing
the company’s go-to-market activity amongst the Partners & Alliances team,
she leads demand generation and event coordination between Digital Realty and
its global strategic partners.
to Digital Realty, Jennifer’s career spans corporate leadership, sales and
marketing roles across a broad spectrum of industries, including Insurance,
Automotive, Technology, Telecom and most recently, Information Media and
Entertainment, Banking & Financial Services and Consumer Packaged Goods and
Retail. She is a former business owner and worked at State Farm, IBM, Deutsche Telekom and
Jennifer holds a
bachelor degree in business communications and marketing from the University of
Central Arkansas, as well as several independent certifications centric to her
areas of expertise in creative marketing, people management and vision-driven
consulting. She is an entrepreneurial-minded professional, with a 10+
year track record of success in sales and management roles.
Taking a look at buzz words in the latest blog post: IoT, outsourcing, MTDC. They’re enough to make your head spin, especially if you’re a data center manager. In a guest blog post, Jennifer Sweeper with CommScope partner Digital Realty takes a hard look at multi-tenant data centers.
As we say good-bye to 2016, we look back at some of our most shared blogs of the year. Today's blog is about two data center outages in three months. Sound outrageous? That’s what happened to one Internet-based company before they re-designed their data center. In today’s post, guest blogger Jennifer Sweeper of Digital Realty talks about data centers of the future...with far less outages.
Two data center outages in three months. Sound outrageous? That’s what happened to one Internet-based company before they re-designed their data center. In today’s blog post, we welcome guest blogger, Jennifer Sweeper with Digital Realty, to talk data centers of the future….with far less outages.