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COVID-19 emerging enterprise data center trends

As we operate through the pandemic, we’re seeing strategic shifts as enterprises adapt to the new “business normal” while they plan for operations in a post-COVID world. If you’re a CIO, CTO or lead an IT team, here are some of our observations to help you prepare.

Important COVID-19 updates

Kansas Governor Kelly ordered all Kansans to wear masks while in public beginning July 3. In compliance with the governor’s order and local orders, masks are required in Cavern’s facility.

Our facility COVID-19-related safety precautions and protocols are available 24/7 on our website: caverntechnologies.com/coronavirus-response.

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) updated it’s quarantine requirements to include people that have traveled to Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida and South Carolina. It requires Kansas residents and visitors to quarantine for 14 days after arrival to the state.

We continue to monitor CDC, state, county and local COVID-19 guidance. We firmly believe that our collective efforts will help us maintain a safe environment to support your mission-critical business needs.

We appreciate your cooperation.

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Strategies to minimize data center downtime due to IT systems issues

 IT systems issues and software failure are the third most common causes of data center downtime based on a recent Uptime Institute report. We continue our blog series on minimizing the potential for data center downtime by exploring ways to mitigate IT system errors that lead to outages.

We’re Here To Help​​

Looking for help creating a hybrid-IT strategy?

We’re here for you! In these uncertain times, you can count on Cavern Technologies for all of your data center needs.

New driving directions to the Meritex entrance

West 98th street is now closed and the new section of Ridgeview Road is open, complete with improvements to the Prairie Star Parkway intersection. Here is an updated map and driving directions to the entrance of the Meritex facility.

  • Take 1-435 to W 95th St. in Lenexa
  • Exit west on W 95th St. / Prairie Star Pkwy
  • Turn left (south) on Ridgeview Rd.
  • Turn left (east) to W 98th St.
  • Follow the road to the Meritex entrance
OR
  • Take 1-435 to K-10 Hwy
  •  Head west on K-10 Hwy
  • Exit to Ridgeview Rd. and turn right (north)
  • Turn right (east) to W 98th St.
  • Follow the road to the Meritex entrance
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