Knowledge Identifier: &Iron_Mountain_Incorporated
Category: Business (33)
Founded in 1951.
Countries: United States (26%), (26%), Massachusetts (21%)
Linked to: Autonomy corporation, Public company, Aramark, Convergys
In 1951 the company christened as "Iron Mountain Atomic Storage Corporation", opened its first underground "vaults" and its first sales office in the Empire State Building, about south
In 1988 Iron Mountain extended its reach into 12 more U.S. markets by acquiring Bell & Howell Records Management, Inc.
In May 2005, Time Warner disclosed that a container of 40 unencrypted backup tapes containing the personal information of 600,000 current and former employees had disappeared while being transported in an Iron Mountain van that made 18 other stops in Manhattan that day
The only exception was 2006, when it ranked below Convergys
"Security Magazine" named Iron Mountain in Security 500 of 2008, an annual ranking of the United States' 500 most secure companies
In April 2009, Iron Mountain's Digital Record Center for Images was recognized as a "Product of the Year" by the Massachusetts Network Communications Council in the "Cloud Computing, Virtualization and Data Warehousing/Storage category"