Written Content

eGeek’s primary focus is the creation of quality content for the IT industry. We do blogs and analysis for technology magazines as well as marketing content for some of the world’s largest corporations. Due to the technical nature of the content we create, all content creation includes at least a moderate amount of research, lab time and/or interview time.


  • Blog Posts

    (600-1200 words) Colorful and practical, blog posts are opinion pieces designed to be a little more relaxed than a traditional article. Typically answers the question “what would use of the product every day be like?”

    ioFABRIC: Data Residency Made Easy
    Ransomware: Coming to a Hypervisor Near You
    VMworld 2016: What happens in Vegas ... could be just a desert trip
    VMware: We're gonna patent hot-swapping your VMs' host OS
    Keep up the pressure on the telcos, Canada
    When is a refurbished server not refurbished? Ask this Dell reseller
    Put storage inside the individual hosts of a virtual cluster? You're CRAZY... Like a fox
    Trevor pops the hood on Intel's v4 engine: Broadwell Xeons
    Network Defense Basics: Want to defend your network? Profile the person attacking it
  • Features

    (1200-2500 words) A traditional article – more formal and more in-depth than a blog. Includes everything from pragmatic overviews to a hard look at a specific issue or product feature.

    ANONYMOUS: Behind the mask, inside the Hivemind
    What's holding up Canada's internet?
    Copy Data Management: What it is and why you might need it
    Hyperconvergence? I believe – just not like this
    The Register guide to software-defined infrastructure
    I, for one, welcome the rise of the Infrastructure Endgame Machines
    Do-It-Yourself Storage Startup
    Red-faced, sweating and still in your chair: Welcome to eSports
  • Reviews

    (1200-2500 words) A traditional review article. Includes on hands-on testing as per our testing methodology and any additional tests we deem relevant to the objectives of the article. (4+ hours of testing time required). You handle shipping and receiving.

    Scale Computing: Not for enterprise, but that's all part of the plan
    TrueNAS Review: Open-source storage that doesn't suck? Trevor tries to break TrueNAS
    NVMe SSDs tormented for months in some kind of sick review game
    ioSafe BDR 515 Review
    Microsoft Azure – or how to make the public cloud work for you

 

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