The Cayman Islands is an ideal jurisdiction for maintaining your servers and data because of our tax neutral business environment and intellectual property protection laws. The government has modernised copyright laws to be more in line with the United Kingdom, and has made the Cayman Islands domain (.ky) accessible to the world. You can take advantage of this by hosting your IT infrastructure within the CEC special economic zones.
Brac Informatics Centre (BIC) is the authorised CEC data centre partner. BIC has been building and supporting managed hosting solutions in the Cayman Islands for more than a decade, and provides full-service solutions for companies in the zone. BIC services include colocation, managed hosting (IaaS), Cayman-based email and QuickBooks (PaaS), managed backup, disaster recovery and a selection of cloud services designed to support offshore companies.
BIC’s state-of-the art data and disaster recovery centres on both Cayman Brac and Grand Cayman, and BIC’s hardened facilities are built to international standards and designed to withstand category five hurricane force winds. With redundant offshore data centres on two different islands located nearly 100 miles apart, BIC is able to provide a complete solution for both production and backup operations, all within the Cayman Islands legal jurisdiction. BIC’s uptime history of 99.995% gives SEZ companies confidence to establish their online presence in the Cayman Islands and avail themselves of the many associated advantages.
CEC's Client Experience team can also put you in touch with payment gateway providers such as First Atlantic Commerce which offers online payment solutions that enable you to accept payments in up to 145 world currencies in real-time on a 100% PCI-compliant platform.