Iron Mountain Names CIO

Iron Mountain announces senior executive appointments to support global growth and technology development

October 9, 2008

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BOSTON -- Iron Mountain Incorporated (NYSE:IRM), the global leader in information protection and storage services, today announced two key senior level management appointments highlighting its continued growth and global expansion. Marc Duale, 56, was named president, international, and William Brown, 53, was named chief information officer.

Since joining Iron Mountain in May 2006, Duale has headed Iron Mountains European business. In his new role, he will have responsibility for the company’s full international portfolio, including business development and operations in Europe, Latin America and Asia Pacific.

“There are tremendous growth opportunities for Iron Mountain internationally,” said Bob Brennan, president and CEO of Iron Mountain. “Companies around the world are increasingly seeking our help for records management, secure shredding, and data protection and recovery services. Marc’s leadership and ability to develop international markets will help our continued global expansion and grow these critical services around the world.”

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