Welcome to the new Kyvon.com

If things look a bit different around here, don’t dismay- you’re in the right place. Today, we launched the new Kyvon.com, complete with a fresh look and user-friendly interface to provide information and access to Kyvon services like never before.

What’s New

post_note 1. News You Can Use : We’ve integrated our blog to bring you up-to-date news and information regarding information technology and your business. Here you will find Status Updates to inform you of any maintenance or changes in our Data Centers, Kyvon news, and much more. To receive notifications of new posts, you can subscribe here.
twitter 2. Twitter + Kyvon : You can now find the @kyvon twitter feed in the footer of the homepage. Follow @kyvon on Twitter for notifications of new posts at Kyvon.com and feel free to contact us via Twitter with your customer service questions.
testimonial 3. Client Focus : A feature previously used in our quarterly newsletter, Business Focus, the Client Focus column is coming to Kyvon.com. In this column, we highlight our customers and their businesses. (If you are currently a Kyvon customer and are interested in being featured in Client Focus, please send us a quick note.)

Questions or comments about our new look? Leave a comment below, or contact us.

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