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Karyn Price

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Key Highlights: Expands Telx's premier Chicago facility by more than 15,000 square feet. Offers customers new opportunities to colocate in the most densely populated colocation and interconnection facility in the region. Allows more businesses to access the Telx Financial Xchange through the company's second facility expansion at 350 East Cermak Road.  NEW YORK (August 5, 2009) - Telx, one of the largest domestic colocation and interconnection data center operators, announced today that it has expanded its downtown Chicago colocation and interconnection capabilities by adding 15,000 additional gross square feet and 10,000 available sellable square feet in its facility at 350 East Cermak Street. The additional space, which was assigned to Telx by another tenant within the facility, provides additional space for financial services customers and other enterprise vertica... (more)

Telx Expands Footprint in Phoenix

Telx, a domestic interconnection and colocation data center operator, announced today that it has expanded its presence in Phoenix. The expanded space at 120 East Van Buren Street increases Telx's Phoenix footprint, increases available capacity by more than 50 percent, and will provide some of the highest power density in the downtown Phoenix market. "As cloud computing, software-as-a-service, and low latency networking continue to provide businesses worldwide with the competitive advantages necessary to succeed in the global marketplace, Telx remains committed to serving custom... (more)

The Fair and the Unfair Inequities of Business

I have operated my own small businesses for nearly 25 years and I have a theory: the problems remain the same, only the amounts get bigger. I am a small business professional working, in many cases, with the largest businesses in the country – FORTUNE 500 territory. Our small business is buying the same products and services that the big guys are, only we’re paying more. And I’m fine with that. My Fedex rates, my technology costs, my long-distance – you name it, I am fine with paying the going rate, because I know most of my suppliers give us modest discounts off our modest purch... (more)

Marketing Like the Big Boys

Small and mid-sized business owners: have you ever felt like you're a small fish swimming in a huge ocean against the tide? You're not sure how to reach your target audience to drive new business, especially amidst stiff competition from big competitors with huge marketing budgets? Stop swimming in circles: the Bailiwick Company can show you the fast lane to reaching your goals by leveraging existing customers to win new business. Boutique marketing and communications services firm, Bailiwick Company, announced two new service offers targeted at small- to mid-sized businesses y... (more)

Social Media Phobia: Killing the Messenger

PR on Ulitzer I have a client with a “twitic.” A customer who, on Twitter, will criticize and say absolutely vulgar things about the company and his dealings with it. A customer that refuses to consider limitations of contracts and instead resorts to blameshifting and voicing of unrealistic expectations. Some of my contacts within the client organization considered “blocking” this Twitterer – taking him off of their corporate Twitter feed so they would not see the critical postings. There are a lot of companies that, for one reason or another, choose this path of avoidance when... (more)