Inclement Weather: DALLAS Severe Thunderstorm Watch

Dear Valued Client, 

The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for this afternoon and later tonight in the DFW area, with Hazard conditions up to 70 MPH wind Gusts and Penny size hail. 

This message is to assure you of our continued 24/7 support during this SEVERE THUDERSTORM WATCH that is in affect for the Dallas, Texas area today, Tuesday, March 8, 2016. 

Our technicians are onsite and available to give you reliability that is expected from Digital Edge! 

At this time, Building Management preparations include: 

  • Ensuring fuel reserves are at maximum levels and confirming fuel deliveries, if needed 
  • Testing all generators to ensure they are in optimal working conditions 
  • Verifying all UPS and HVAC systems are in proper settings and working in optimal conditions 
  • Confirming any necessary supporting contractors are on call for quick response, if needed 

Throughout the storm, the Building Management will conduct hourly inspections of all critical facilities, assess the situation, and prepare accordingly. Local teams will provide additional notification if any issues arise. 

Any client using our Geographical Cluster may request to switch their operation to our datacenter in NEW YORK for additional security. Please contact our support team to do so. 

We thank you for your business. 

-Digital Edge

Michael Petrov
Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Michael brings 30 years of experience as an information architect, optimization specialist and operations’ advisor. His experience includes extensive high-profile project expertise, such as mainframe and client server integration for Mellon Bank, extranet systems for Sumitomo Bank, architecture and processing workflow for alternative investment division of US Bank. Michael possesses advanced knowledge of security standards such as ISO 27001, NIST, SOC and PCI that brings into any solutions delivered by Digital Edge. Security solutions and standards are expended into public cloud such as AWS and Azure.

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