Editorial guidelines

Getting your news published

Because of our editorial process we can't possibly cover every new product or service launch. We try, instead, to pick those stories which illuminate broader trends or look likely to have a significant long-term impact.
But that doesn't mean your time is wasted in sending your news to DCP. Far from it. Everything that comes in gets read, and even if it isn't used today, it may well result in editorial coverage of your company in the future.
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Our forward-features list

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Contributing to DCP

We are always happy to consider publishing opinion pieces or technical articles from experienced individuals in the data centre sector. We recommend supplying a synopsis of your article. This only needs to be a paragraph at most. The ideal piece will be around 1300 words long, issue or technology-led and not be published anywhere else.
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Corrections and complaints

We try not to get things wrong, but it happens. If you spot an error in a DCP story, or you think we've been unfair, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. It’s nearly always possible to fix the damage.

Advertising, sponsorship and other commercial opportunities

Please see our media information page. 

Copyright

Everything we publish is copyrighted. Having said that, if you want to use excerpts in marketing or educational materials, that’s fine, but please acknowledge Data Centre Power mag. Copying whole stories and posting them to your blog or website without acknowledgement is definitely not acceptable.
Please see our terms of use page for more information.