Rackspace named to FORTUNE’s “Best Companies to Work For” list

Happy New Year to you all! 2009 brings with it a bunch of changes, but one thing we here at Rackspace don’t like to change is our culture. For those of you familiar with Rackspace, you know what I’m talking about, but for those of you new to us, first off, welcome. We wanted our CEO to say a few words about what makes Rackspace great, but he decided to take a camera around and ask Rackers themselves.

Second, let me share some real life quotes from Rackers about why they love Rackspace.

“I’ve been searching for a company with positive energy that makes me want to come to work everyday. I found that with Rackspace.”
Michael — Infrastructure

“Rackspace has the total package — great people, challenging work and a fun environment. I’ve been here 5+ years — I should know!”
Razil — Marketing

“I love the energy here and the freedom that Rackspace gives me to be myself”
Lucy — Help Desk

In a world where technicians are treated as robots, it’s amazing to find a place where you are welcomed like family.”
Kevin — Linux SysAdmin

“I have the opportunity to rotate projects frequently, get exposed to new technologies and work with top IT talent everyday.”
Eric — Solutions Engineer

“Rackspace = people with a passion for what they do and how they do it — all for the customer!”
Robert — Sales

“I love Rackspace because of the people. I enjoy working with everyone I interact with!”
Jessica — Executive Staff

Last year, we were honored by being named on FORTUNE’s list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For America. We take great pride is this accomplishment. We attribute this ranking to the culture we have created here at Rackspace that makes it a great place to work.

This year FORTUNE has honored us by naming Rackspace to their list of great companies once again as #43. You can read more here

If you’d like to join Rackspace and become part of our amazing culture, make sure to visit the Rackspace Careers website.

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