CINgroup Selects CyrusOne for DR Colocation, Data Center Services

By Laura Stotler

Legal data and software services provider CINgroup has chosen CyrusOne for disaster recovery colocation and other data center services. The Ohio company will be relying on CyrusOne to deliver its due diligence and workflow products to its more than 10,000 law firm customers.

CyrusOne maintains a 140,000-square-foot facility in North Cincinnati offering colocation, backup and DR services and business continuity offerings. Features include power redundancy via 2N architecture along with 8.1 mw of total available power and a variety of fiber feeds from multiple carriers.

The data center service provider has had a busy month, announcing three new customers including industrial contractor Turner Industries, software solutions provider Gimmal and a Cincinnati school tech provider.

CyrusOne also recently announced a managed services partnership to expand its offerings in the Phoenix region. The company teamed up with Optic IP, a provider of comprehensive onsite IT services and support, to expand managed offerings at its facility in the area, opened earlier this year.

The CINgroup has been making the foray into cloud services with its cloud-based CINcompass practice management offering. The technology combines the company’s EZ-Filing desktop software with practice management and automated communications tools. This enables customers to streamline their bankruptcy practices through a single-source, cloud-based solution.

"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," said Bob Tester, senior infrastructure architect at CINgroup. “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."

Earlier this year, CINgroup merged with Best Case, a provider of bankruptcy preparation and filing software. The move was designed to create a comprehensive workflow solutions provider geared toward consumer bankruptcy attorneys. It also enabled CINgroup to move forward with cloud-based solutions and diversify their portfolio of services.

Edited by Alisen Downey

MSPToday Contributing Editor

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