Access legal guidelines for how long you need to keep electronic and physical business documents and why, traditionally called a records retention schedule.

Retention Rules On Demand

Are you keeping Information for too long or not long enough? Both have consequences for your business. As part of the Iron Mountain® Governance, Risk and Compliance service, Policy Center tells you what categories of information to retain and for exactly how long.

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Control Compliance, Control Cost

Policy Center’s legal guidelines for how long to retain electronic and physical documents come from our wide network of law firms who stay up to date on the latest records retention laws so you don’t have to.

When you know when you can legally get rid of files and simply store only what you need, you can:

  • Easily and quickly access what you need when you need it.
  • Reduce the cost you pay to store your electronic and physical files.
  • Avoid risk of fines for not complying with retention laws for how long you need to keep business documents.  

A Policy Platform that Scales with You

Policy Center Essential Edition is designed for small to midsized businesses and includes legal retention guidelines for documents found in general business functions like HR, Tax and Contracts. There are also more advanced editions of Policy Center listed below that include industry-specific records retention guidelines. If you want to learn more, please visit the Policy Center page.

Policy, The Center of Compliance

Use Policy Center Essential Edition to simplify how long you retain and how you manage your information.

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Curated By Expert Legal Staff

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Delivered to You Through Secure Iron Mountain ConnectTM Portal

Get Access Today

If you would like to access the Information Risk Assessment today, log into your Iron Mountain ConnectTM account, click on the Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) service link and accept the terms of use when prompted.

Once you are on the GRC service page, you can click on Information Risk Assessment to get immediate access.

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If you have any questions about the GRC service, please call us at 1-800-947-2275.
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