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From simple tape backup to critical business continuity, SubTropolis Technology Center (STC) understands clients' requirements for disaster recovery planning and implementation. If you are affected by compliance regulations and are searching for a solution for your equipment and data, call 866-782-5572, so we can work together ensuring you exceed disaster recovery specifications.

STC provides the infrastructure, accommodations and network facilities needed to keep your business up and running in the event of a disaster. STC can provide additional office space and parking when needed. STC is within minutes of thousands of hotel rooms and multiple dining establishments. With its convenient Kansas City location, STC is a direct flight away from most of the larger metropolitan cities in the U.S.

One of the most important advantages Kansas City offers is its inherent protection against energy black-outs. Kansas City is consistently ranked among the best for constant, uninterrupted power service. In addition, KC boasts one of the most robust energy delivery networks in the world, as well as highly developed telecom capabilities. Transmissions are designed so the loss of any particular generator or transmission line has no effect on supplies across the region.

Low Natural Disaster Occurrence Probability
The US Geological Survey map shows the Kansas City area to be in relatively little threat to significant activity for earthquakes.

The National Severe Storm Lab map illustrates the total annual threat of tornadoes in the US. The mean number of days per year with one or more events within 25 miles of KC is 1.0 days.

Please contact us for more information at 866-782-5572 or click here to download our site plan.

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