Michele Hope Michele Hope is a 25-year technical marketing writer who is well-versed in the language of enterprise IT platforms and infrastructures. Many high-quality writers require extensive background, lots of up-front time, and significant rewrites before they can offer the right messaging for today's complex IT environments. In contrast, Michele's writing typically requires only minimal revisions, minimal client time, and minimal input from the client's subject matter experts. The majority of her business comes from repeat clients who were highly satisfied with her work. Since the year 2000, Michele has focused primarily on enterprise storage topics. These include data protection, disaster recovery, virtualization and emerging cloud services. She is just as comfortable speaking (and writing) to CIO audiences as she is to IT managers, network administrators, securities professionals and IT architects. A consummate interviewer, Michele has written for publications like Network World, Computerworld, InfoStor and FedTech Magazine. She has written white papers, case studies, blogs and articles for a variety of Fortune 500 clients. Michele has also co-authored a storage industry book which had her co-author stating, "Michele is a fantastic writer with an innate ability to take complex ideas and describe them in an easily understood manner."
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