Our comprehensive D3P service is available for all types of electronic records, including COLD (Computer Output to Laser Disk), back office, imaged, and transactional, as well as email and messaging communications. It offers compliance for an extraordinarily broad range of document management applications, including client-server to mainframe systems. Records can be stored in-house or offsite and on any type of WORM (Write Once, Read Many) media.
The data center is the hub of your business operations — and you clearly recognize its critical importance. Even so, it’s tough to accurately forecast growth and budgets due to rapidly increasing data and compute requirements — and the accompanying demand for additional power and cooling.
The Iron Mountain Underground is a highly secure and ultra-reliable facility where your
cost can be drastically reduced with innovative green technologies.
The Iron Mountain® Secure IT Asset Disposition solution helps you safely recycle or repurpose decommissioned data center assets – such as servers, racks, storage systems and networking components.
Gain peace of mind by storing your records in cartons living in optimal conditions with advanced security and access controls.
Iron Mountain SaaSProtect Continuity Services are an innovative, first-of-its-kind, SaaS-focused contingency solution that preserves the continuity of your customers’ mission-critical applications.
58% of organizations are still using manual data capture and approval processes in their accounts payable departments.
The Iron Mountain® Secure IT Asset Disposition service helps you you destroy and recycle or repurpose numerous IT equipment types via reliable, environmentally friendly and secure services capabilities and best practice.
Standard container options for Iron Mountain Secure Shredding. Other containers are available upon request for special purposes.
Your organization operates in a world where hardware malfunctions, human errors, software corruption, and man-made or natural disasters are an ever-present threat to your data. And you’ve probably invested significantly in backing up your data should one of these incidents impact your operations — but that’s only one part of the story.
Iron Mountain's Mortgage solution features a robust blend of capabilities, including document conversion and
classification services, Web-based image hosting services, and records management services.
When disaster strikes you should be able to snap into action and get your company operating properly again. Having a disaster recovery plan is key and if you haven’t reviewed your plan to confirm it works, your organization may be in jeopardy. You need confidence that your plan will function as intended, keeping your information protected and getting you back up and running fast.
Stop worrying about the visibility and auditability of your backup tape inventory and free up costly staff time by making Iron Mountain SecureSync portal a part of your backup operations and disaster recovery programs.
The Iron Mountain Secure Media Destruction service helps you establish a
defensible, documented, and repeatable process to prepare, handle or transport,
and destroy your electronic media either at your data center or at an offsite
Iron Mountain’s Human Resources solution provides a suite of capabilities, including document conversion services, document hosting services, and records management services.
Discovery Escrow provides a secure and controlled environment that allows plaintiffs to access and examine the intellectual property in question, while eliminating the potential exposure and risk associated with defendants delivering that proprietary information directly to plaintiffs. Leveraging Iron Mountain’s extensive national footprint of secure data protection vaults, the Discovery Escrow Service is delivered at locations that are conveniently located and agreeable to both parties.
Recent business scandals and new regulations demand
greater focus on risk management and corporate controls.
Total records management compliance is no longer
optional - it's required. Can you be certain your records
management program is legally-credible, current, and
compliant? Is your organization at risk? In short, how
does your records management program measure up?
The volatile economic climate over the past few years has placed a heavy
burden on IT organizations to cope with ever-growing infrastructures and data
volumes, with little or no increase in personnel. Supporting a large data backup
or archiving function can place considerable added strains on an already
stretched IT staff. As a result, many organizations are embracing solutions that
allow them to offload the burden of administering these functions within their
environment, and instead focus their internal IT resources on areas that support
their primary business. This has increased the popularity of both cloud-based
solutions, as well as the use of managed services for information deemed too
valuable or sensitive to store in the cloud.
55% of organizations are still receiving more than 80% of their invoices in paper format.
Industry Fact: 1,200 — The number of copies of a single policy, including five different versions, maintained by one insurer.
With extensive experience in the management of medical records, Iron Mountain can assist your organization with implementing a document conversion program — or redesigning your current program — to achieve your patient care goals within your budgetary constraints. By partnering with Iron Mountain, you can avoid the long lead times and uncertain outcomes of an in-house approach. You can rest assured that you are working with a company that understands both your business needs and the unique challenges of managing medical records.
It has long been the norm for corporate legal departments like yours to pass discovery work to outside counsel, who in turn outsource much of the technology and processes to third-party vendors. With multiple hand-offs, this complicated model breeds inconsistencies, making it difficult for you to achieve appropriate levels of predictability, accountability and standardization.
You store media offsite to protect your organization, but what happens if your records don’t match up with what’s actually in the vault? If you have unknown or unresolved discrepancies, your organization risks being unable to find information when it’s needed or to get back up and run in the event of a disaster. Plus, you’re wasting resources searching for media — time you cannot afford to lose in today’s “do more with less” business environment.