The growing demand for data and information is causing many financial and professional services companies to realize the value in having a fast, reliable, and secure fiber network. Whether you’re in finance, accounting, engineering, law, or another professional service, we’ll work closely with you to build a network that meets your unique needs, and that satisfies all your security and regulatory requirements, including PCI compliance, SAS 70, and SSAE 16 certification.
Growing demand: Businesses need the ability to share large files between offices quickly and securely. In financial services, latency issues can cost millions of dollars a day.
Staying ahead: Businesses need the ability to scale as they continue to embrace high-bandwidth cloud services, and rely on remote databases and data centers.
Security and accessibility: Regulatory requirements demand the highest levels of security, while you need proprietary and high-value information to remain accessible at any time from any location.
Why Crown Castle
Our network: With over 60,000 route miles of fiber, we own and operate one of the largest and densest networks in the country, giving you more diverse paths and unique routes.
Security: Dedicated fiber that doesn’t pass through public switches or clouds gives you the highest levels of security and the lowest risk of information breaches.
Experience: We have over 20 years of experience building and maintaining fiber across the country, with customers across financial and professional services.
Consultation: We take the time to carefully consider all your needs and deliver a solution that meets your business requirements and opens up new opportunities.
Service: We have locally based service teams who are available to you whenever you need them, and with our around-the-clock Network Operations Center, you can be sure your network will always be in good hands.
Average hourly cost of network downtime for 98% of enterprise businesses. 1
of IT spending went towards private cloud investments in 2015. 2
more security incidents were detected in 2015 over 2014. 3
1. Technology Trends and Deployment Survey, Information Technology Intelligence Consulting (ITIC)
2. PwC, Financial Services Technology 2020 and Beyond, 2017
3. PwC, The Global State of Information Security Survey, 2017