The former Data Cave in Columbus will be going to around the clock operations its new owners announced today.
The business was sold last June to Immedion of Greenville, South Carolina.
Immedion made the announcement that the Columbus center would be staffed around the clock to provide technical support for customers and to ensure that customers’ mission-critical data and systems are always on.
The 24-7-365 policy is in place at all of the company’s nine facilities worldwide. Having people on site at all hours allows the company to monitor facilities, networks and systems, giving customers more security and greater response time, company officials said.
The Columbus facility is rated to withstand an EF-5 tornado and has dedicated heating, air conditioning, fire suppression and electrical distribution.