Alex Kirby, Cloud Services Engineer (and Rubik's cube solving ninja) in our Cheyenne headquarters, talks about his first forays into web design and his favorite work projects, including network redesigns in Washington.
Get to Know Green House Data is our semi-weekly blog series that puts the spotlight on our great staff. Read on to Get to Know Alex!
Let's dive back into our ongoing blog series Get to Know Green House Data, where we shine a light on the employees across our nationwide offices and data centers. When we talk about Hear from a Human Support, these are the engineers, help desk staff, and data center technicians keeping the pulse of your IT infrastructure going strong.
This week, we talk to Managed Services Senior Engineer Sergio Gonzalez.
Welcome back to Get to Know Green House Data, where we take a peek into the minds of your support staff, consultants, and all the other team members that organize, promote, maintain, and configure our data centers.
This week, Infrastructure & IT Services Consultant Kyle Prawel dishes on Wyoming vs. Colorado, whether purple donut filling is a fruit, and works in a Thoreau reference.
Every couple of weeks, we're introducing you to another member of the Green House Data team. Like getting to meet Santa's elves, this blog series brings you closer to the magic that keeps your cloud services, backups, and colocated equipment running smoothly 24/7. This week, we talk with Managed Services Senior Administrator Wing Chan.
According to a report on the condition of STEM learning in the US, written by Change The Equation, an organization working with schools, communities, and states to adopt and implement STEM policies and procedures, “between 2014 and 2024, the number of STEM jobs will grow 17 percent.” The concern is that much of the workforce currently holding STEM jobs is approaching retirement age, making the demand for highly trained and well-versed individuals skyrocket, but the education system in the United States doesn’t seem to be keeping up with that demand.