Data Center Colocation for Banking & Financial Services
As a financial institution, your priority is to keep your client’s money, data and information secure at all times. With the amount of personal and financial information being exchanged globally, this is no easy task.
Banking & financial institutions are making the critical move to secure and connected colocation data centers
The financial services space is moving faster than ever before. Banking and financial firms can not afford to lose access to their expanding multi-site network, IT equipment or Fintech applications. Unforeseen downtime and the loss of access to a growing stack of hardware and private cloud infrastructure can be the difference between raving fans and the loss of market share to tech savvy competitors.
Financial institutions face a variety of challenges securing and connecting their it infrastructure
Download the case study and learn how RACK59 was able to implement a secure colocation and connectivity strategy for Interbank.
Oklahoma Bankers Association Strategic Member
More Reasons Leaders Trust Rack59 for Data Center Colocation
RACK59 has more available critical power than all other data centers in Oklahoma combined. We can facilitate large and small companies and support varying power requirements.
The RACK59 campus has only experienced 4 hours of downtime since the construction of the building in 1963. During those 4 hours, our data center customers never felt a moment of downtime. We are always on and always ready.
We have additional cabinets ready and available for your infrastructure growth. When you have need for additional space, we will be will be ready to help with a quick turn around.
All cabinets in the data center are uniquely keyed. We also have cages available with proximity card readers for added protection.
All data center customers and guests are required to check-in with a photo ID and granted access based on approved customer lists.
RACK59 has a dry pipe fire suppression system. Smoke and heat sensors are located throughout the data center space. Heat and smoke must both be present in order to activate, charge and begin a suppression event.