February Maintenance week 2020

Throughout the week of February 10th 2020, we will be performing maintenance on DataYard’s infrastructure and customer servers. This will include performing updates to all managed server infrastructure, including tasks that require reboots/shutdowns/service interruptions.  Maintenance will begin at 2:00AM EST and will be completed by 8:00AM EST throughout various days this week. Making IT Better!

Let us know if you have any questions, concerns, or just want to chat: 1.800.982.4539 or support@datayard.us. Remember to follow us on Twitter (@datayardtechops & @datayard)!

January Maintenance week 2020

Throughout the week of January 13th 2020, we will be performing maintenance on DataYard’s infrastructure and customer servers. This will include performing updates to all managed server infrastructure, including tasks that require reboots/shutdowns/service interruptions.  Maintenance will begin at 2:00AM EST and will be completed by 8:00AM EST throughout various days this week. Making IT Better!

Let us know if you have any questions, concerns, or just want to chat: 1.800.982.4539 or support@datayard.us. Remember to follow us on Twitter (@datayardtechops & @datayard)!

December Maintenance week 2019

Throughout the week of December 9th 2019, we will be performing maintenance on DataYard’s infrastructure and customer servers. This will include performing updates to all managed server infrastructure, including tasks that require reboots/shutdowns/service interruptions.  Maintenance will begin at 2:00AM EST and will be completed by 8:00AM EST throughout various days this week. Making IT Better!

Let us know if you have any questions, concerns, or just want to chat: 1.800.982.4539 or support@datayard.us. Remember to follow us on Twitter (@datayardtechops & @datayard)!

November Maintenance week 2019

Throughout the week of November 11th 2019, we will be performing maintenance on DataYard’s infrastructure and customer servers. This will include performing updates to all managed server infrastructure, including tasks that require reboots/shutdowns/service interruptions.  Maintenance will begin at 2:00AM EST and will be completed by 8:00AM EST throughout various days this week. Making IT Better!

Let us know if you have any questions, concerns, or just want to chat: 1.800.982.4539 or support@datayard.us. Remember to follow us on Twitter (@datayardtechops & @datayard)!

Thank You Dayton Developers

The last few weeks have been full of exciting announcements for Dayton’s downtown revitalization and we just want to thank a few of the people we see investing their time and passion into our home.

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October Maintenance week 2019

Throughout the week of October 7th 2019, we will be performing maintenance on DataYard’s infrastructure and customer servers. This will include performing updates to all managed server infrastructure, including tasks that require reboots/shutdowns/service interruptions.  Maintenance will begin at 2:00AM EST and will be completed by 8:00AM EST throughout various days this week. Making IT Better!

Let us know if you have any questions, concerns, or just want to chat: 1.800.982.4539 or support@datayard.us. Remember to follow us on Twitter (@datayardtechops & @datayard)!

DataYard Drinks Beer

It’s National Drink A Beer day and we’re happy to throw one back with you on this fine Saturday in September. Just to clue you in on some of the cold ones we will be throwing down here is our list of favorites. Go ahead and let us know what you’re drinking today too! 

Jacob C. – Whiskey Rebellion from Warped Wing

Joe D. – Coors Light

Dennis F.– Breckenridge Vanilla Porter

Tommy G. – Water

Phill H. – Shocktop

Natalie K. – Amaretto Sours

Ryan L. – Weihenstephaner Hefeweissen

Daniel L. – Angry Orchard  

Alek M.- ISO Heaven from Toxic Brewery

David M. – Codebreaker Double IPA from Dayton Beer Company

Mike M. – Diet A&W Root Beer

Victor W. – Budweiser

Don W. – Root Beer

Eric W. – Hoppy Ending Pale Ale from Palo Alto Brewing Company

#nationaldrinkabeerday

September Maintenance week 2019

Throughout the week of September 9th 2019, we will be performing maintenance on DataYard’s infrastructure and customer servers. This will include performing updates to all managed server infrastructure, including tasks that require reboots/shutdowns/service interruptions.  Maintenance will begin at 2:00AM EST and will be completed by 8:00AM EST throughout various days this week. Making IT Better!

Let us know if you have any questions, concerns, or just want to chat: 1.800.982.4539 or support@datayard.us. Remember to follow us on Twitter (@datayardtechops & @datayard)!

August Maintenance week 2019

Throughout the week of August 12th 2019, we will be performing maintenance on DataYard’s infrastructure and customer servers. This will include performing updates to all managed server infrastructure, including tasks that require reboots/shutdowns/service interruptions.  Maintenance will begin at 2:00AM EST and will be completed by 8:00AM EST throughout various days this week. Making IT Better!

Let us know if you have any questions, concerns, or just want to chat: 1.800.982.4539 or support@datayard.us. Remember to follow us on Twitter (@datayardtechops & @datayard)!

Dayton Cares

DataYard has been located in the heart of Dayton’s downtown community for over two decades. Naturally, when the heartbreaking news of Sunday morning’s tragedy scrolled across our screens, we were devastated along with the rest of the community. Some of our own staff were in the district that night but had headed home just before the madness broke out. Sunday morning was a slew of messages, everyone checking in on one another. The sigh of relief that our team was safe was instantly followed by the realization that others were sending the same messages with empty replies, making our stomachs sink. Coping in the wake of tragedy is an endless carousel of questions and “what if?” scenarios. 

 

Our team somberly entered the office on Monday and had to deliver service like any other day, but the day was not the same. It was a day filled with confusion, mixed with a desire to do something in response. But how could we respond as a business? Our service isn’t poised to directly help or comfort someone hurting. We were at a lost as to how we could be there for our community, other than by just being there. It wasn’t until the end of the day on Monday that we discovered how we could help.

 

Monday afternoon we received a call from the Dayton Foundation with a request to help the victims of the Oregon District shooting. NBC Columbus was going to be hosting a telethon the next day, President Trump was visiting Wednesday, and American Airlines had already given $75,000. They were expecting to see unprecedented numbers hit the Dayton Foundation website over the next several days. We responded by immediately bulking up their resources so they were able to accommodate the traffic and security risks that come with national attention.

Dayton Strong. Dayton Proud. Dayton Cares.

Over the last 5 days, we’ve been able to help support our community and the victims in our own way, doing what we do best. This is where the joy of doing what we do shines through the darkness. When we could help the Dayton Foundation reach over 610,000 people from all over the world as well as give over 2,100 people the opportunity to contribute to the victims, we were glad to know we could help in our own way that was unique to our resources and abilities.

 

We’re Daytonians. What Daytonians do is show up and care for their own. We’ve watched this community rally against hate, around tornado victims, and in response to tragedy, each person giving what they could in the way they knew how. That is what makes Dayton great – the people. In Dayton, when someone gets hit, the entire community picks them backup. Dayton cares. So far, you can see 360,000 reasons why we care in the Dayton Foundation’s Oregon District Fund.

 

Dayton Strong. Dayton Proud. Dayton Cares.