Stoel Rives, a law firm headquartered in the Pacific Northwest, sought to escape from the responsibilities of hosting an in-house data center environment. Additionally, they desired improved reliability, security, redundancy and a flexible growth strategy. “Flexential provides the ‘air, food and water’ that allow the technology group that I oversee to focus on the client experience and improving the practice of our attorneys,” said Adam Nelson, director of IT for Stoel Rives. Shortly after the migration to Flexential, Stoel Rives encountered a three-day building power outage which could have left half of the firm’s staff without any technology access. Because the infrastructure was colocated at Flexential, no users were impacted and “not a single billable hour was lost,” according to Ryan Schlunz, chief administrative and innovation officer for Stoel Rives.
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