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March 21, 2007

SoftLayer recognizes the importance of connecting with people, customers or not, in every way — especially in social media. We understand that people want to know what we are thinking and how we feel about various aspects of the hosting industry, so we're happy to share those thoughts and feelings. Most of the posts will be about hosting, but every now and then, you'll get a glimpse into the SoftLayer culture or read some outside-the-office expertise from one of our SLayers.

In the hallowed halls of the SoftLayer Blog, you'll find thoughts and opinions of SoftLayer employees from every department of the company, from executives and programmers to sales representatives and data center technicians. This blog also gives you, the reader, an avenue to provide feedback and engage with our team.

Blogging is fun, and all the cool kids are doing it.

If you don't know who we are or what we do, check out our website: http://www.softlayer.com. If you want to talk business with our all-star sales team, call us at 1-866-398-7638.

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