Data Foundry Selected By Liquid Litigation Management For secure Colocation And Network Services
News Release from:
09 August 2011
Data Foundry, a leading provider of data center outsourcing and colocation services, announces that Liquid Litigation Management, Inc. (LLM), a provider of web-based litigation tools to firms and corporations nationwide, has selected Data Foundry's Austin data center for colocation and Internet connectivity. Data Foundry's fully redundant and secure data center will support LLM's mission critical internal operations servers and its core business data infrastructure.
Legal Software and Services Firm Designates Data Foundry to Support its Core Business Data Infrastructure
Online service provider in legal industry chooses Data Foundry colocation services to house mission critical servers and core business data infrastructure
Data Foundry chosen because of its secure, fully redundant data center and flexible, customized configurations that allow scalability for future growth
Liquid Litigation serves a large number of AmLaw 100 legal and Fortune® 100 business firms, requiring the highest levels of performance, reliability, and security to support its IT infrastructure. Liquid Litigation’s Lit ManagerTM, offers the only Web-based application in the legal market that enables users to review discovery, produce, and manage related daily case materials through a single interface. This allows corporations and law firms to save a substantial amount of time and money.
“Liquid Litigation’s customers’ proprietary information and intellectual assets require the utmost protection and confidentiality,” states Scott Pittman, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder of Liquid Litigation Management, Inc. “Data Foundry’s ability to deliver fully redundant and secure colocation solutions meshes perfectly with our needs. By outsourcing our core business platform to Data Foundry, we’re able to reduce IT expenditures and free up key personnel to focus on our clients’ business. Their capacity and design flexibility gives us the confidence that we can scale for future growth requirements, which if kept in-house would not have been possible.”
“Liquid Litigation’s requirements for a data center provider are a perfect fit with Data Foundry’s commitment to providing customers with continuous uptime and multi-layered security,” states Edward Henigin, Chief Technology Officer of Data Foundry. “Their choice of Data Foundry is further evidence of our ability to provide secure colocation and network services for companies with highly sensitive data.”
Data Foundry’s Texas 1, a new 250,000 square foot, carrier-neutral data center offers companies the opportunity for future scalability of their infrastructure. Texas 1 is the first purpose-built data center constructed on the 40-acre, master-planned Data Ranch development site.