Want Iron Mountain content published automatically on your own site?
Subscribe to Iron Mountain RSS - it's simple.
What is RSS?
RSS ("Really Simple Syndication" or "Rich Site Summary") is a widely used Web technology that makes it easy to select and receive automatic, up to-the-minute content from your favorite websites on topics that interest you most.
Why would I want to receive RSS feeds?
You don't need to travel all over the Web to find the information you want. Instead, you choose just the topics that interest you from the Web publishers you trust and get headlines and summaries collected for you in one easy-to-find place.
What type of Iron Mountain content can I get with RSS?
When you subscribe to complimentary RSS feeds from Iron Mountain, you can choose from a range of content, from News and Events to Technical Briefs and White papers, and have it automatically deployed to your own website or personalized homepage (My Yahoo!, My Google, My MSN, etc).
How will I know an RSS feed is available on a given website?
RSS feeds are often identified by an orange box, like this: or this:
How can I get Iron Mountain RSS feeds?
- Be sure you have a newsreader (sometimes called an aggregator):
- You may already have a newsreader - Some browsers, such as Mozilla Firefox, are equipped to receive RSS feeds directly. In Internet Explorer 7, you can read the feed directly in the browser, scan for important stories and get a description of the content. You can subscribe to a new feed with a single click, a process that is very similar to adding a website Favorite or Bookmark.
- You can install a newsreader - See Commonly Used Newsreaders
- After you've chosen your method of receiving RSS feeds (newsreader), simply go to the Iron Mountain feed you'd like to subscribe to:
- Usually, you can add feeds by clicking the orange button.
- Or, depending on the newsreader you're using, you may need to manually copy and paste the URL (per your aggregator's instructions) that appears when you click the orange RSS button.
- If you click an RSS link but do not have a reader installed, you will see XML code in your browser.
What Browsers Support RSS?
Internet Explorer 7, Firefox and Safari