Stratify Offers DR for E-Discovery

Stratify introduces first e-discovery disaster recovery

December 4, 2008

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- Stratify, Inc. a subsidiary of Iron Mountain Incorporated (NYSE: IRM), the global leader in information protection and storage services, today announced the availability of the first enterprise-grade electronic discovery disaster recovery protocol. To safeguard client eDiscovery data Stratify has invested in and deployed a fully replicated production datacenter with more than 250 terabytes of storage, 200 servers and redundant 100MB internet access, coupled with highly trained personnel and security procedures. Stratifys aggressive disaster recovery service levels radically reduce the risk of data loss through natural or man-made disasters and minimize potential downtime regardless of matter size, number of reviewers, or the number of matters under active management.

“Stratify’s deployment of a fully replicated, SAS-70 compliant production datacenter signifies a giant step forward for electronic discovery” states Sue Feldman, Research Vice President, Search and Discovery Technologies, IDC. “This raises the bar for the entire industry and is a clear indication of the growing maturation of the eDiscovery market. Stratify has addressed the growing need for enterprise-grade eDiscovery disaster recovery to protect clients’ data."

Iron Mountain Inc.

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