The CIN Group, a world leader in legal data and software who service some 10,000 law firms throughout the US, Puerto Rico and the Territories have formally announce that they will be using Ohio telecommunications company CyrusOne to provide their colocation services.
When announcing the deal between the two companies, a representative from the CIN Group said “Our customers rely on The CINgroup for bankruptcy forms preparation and fact-checking data services that promote increased accuracy, create process efficiencies, and streamline workflow management. In order to deliver the best possible experience for all customers whether accessing our services from our desktop forms preparation software or our cloud-based CINcompass(R) practice management technology, we must have a production and disaster recovery solution that will deliver optimal uptime. The high levels of resiliency and redundancies in CyrusOne’s North Cincinnati data center are exactly what we were looking for.”
The news that such a major company is so concerned with colocation services is likely to spear smaller companies into investing into similar services. Firstly, in order to keep up with the demands that their existing customers have but also in order to offer a wider range of services to entice new customers and business their way.
Houston Colocation offers businesses and their customers a number of benefits, including service, flexibility, reliability and security to conduct their business. With more and more businesses and their customers looking for new and more reliable communication methods, it would appear that more businesses will be announcing their own colocation partners in the near future.