Fires prompt users to hasten hunt for backup alternatives

Monday, 31 July 2006, 11:32 AM EST

Fires at two Iron Mountain Inc. facilities this month could speed corporate efforts to use electronic archiving systems that would obviate the need to store corporate records in off-site warehouses, users said last week.

On July 12, a fire gutted Iron Mountain's 126,000-square-foot storage facility in London, destroying all of the records stored there, according to Melissa Mahoney, director of corporate communications at the Boston-based company.

At Computerworld.

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