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Rackspace Launches NoMoreServers.com
Former founder of Tier1 Research, Andy Schroepfer, to lead site devoted to the move from in house computing to "cloud" providers
SAN ANTONIO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Rackspace Hosting (NYSE:RAX) today announced the launch of NoMoreServers.com, a site dedicated to the emergence of Computing-as-a-Service models (like hosting, cloud computing and SaaS) to power corporate computing. To support this campaign, the company has hired renowned hosting industry strategist Andrew Schroepfer. In his role, Schroepfer will cover the trend in depth from how providers are evolving to how real businesses are making this trend pay off.
"A new way to run business computing is emerging," said Lanham Napier, president and CEO of Rackspace. "We have countless business customers tell us they are finished buying servers and are looking for a computing partner. People don't want to buy standalone computing, they want computing as a service with Fanatical Support. This trend will have major implications on the entire IT industry, and there is no one more qualified to cover it day-to-day than Andy."
NoMoreServers.com launches today and will feature daily and unique commentary explaining the next era in computing. In addition to filtering and reviewing interesting developments and third-party content about the NoMoreServers computing era, the site will feature daily commentary and a live community portal for visitors to engage on the topic and offers a white paper on the subject for community members.
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