Compliance Strengthens Data Infrastructure with Addition of World-Class Hot Failover Datacenter
Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Compliance, an eDiscovery and managed review provider, announces enhancements to its client data privacy and security program with state-of-the-art infrastructure. The addition of a “hot failover” system addresses rigorous demands for business continuity by assuring seamless access to data for processing, review, and analytics.
Compliance’s robust processing and hosting infrastructure is housed at a Tier III+, SSAE-16 SOC certified datacenter at the Philadelphia Naval Yard. With some of the highest physical, power, connectivity, and network standards in the country, this primary facility supports some of the nation’s most notable legal, financial, educational, and healthcare organizations.
Additionally, Compliance has invested in a separate failover facility in Las Vegas, NV, at one of the most secure data hosting centers in the world. This Tier IV Gold, SSAE-16 SOC certified datacenter is host to the largest technology and financial institutions in the world. Compliance has replicated its infrastructure and continually re-writes each bit of data from its primary datacenter to the Las Vegas datacenter in real time.
“Our law firm and corporate legal clients rely on Compliance’s ability to maintain a scalable and high-capacity infrastructure to deliver a fully extendable and redundant environment,” said Marc Zamsky, COO of Compliance. “The investment into the new datacenter significantly improves the efficiency of our data replication to exceed our clients’ highest standards of compliance and accessibility in the legal market.”
The expansion coincides with growing demand for Compliance’s cloud-based managed services approach, allowing clients to change and scale resources quickly to achieve goals without making permanent investments in expensive infrastructure, software, and people. “It is critical that the technology we deploy for data security is built to evolve,” said Bryan Bellack, President of Compliance. “Protection of client data is our number one priority.”