Secure Data Centre Cages
Data Centre Cages - Sometimes Boundaries Matter
Looking for data centre capacity for six+ cabinets (30+ kilowatts) with more flexibility and privacy than a standard locking cabinet? Consider Iron Mountain secure data centre cages.
Data Centre Cages
Secure colocation cages provide an additional physical security layer in the form of data centre cage fencing. These customizable data centre cages offer reliable and secure colocation. Only authorized personnel have access.
Secure Cage Construction
The standard data centre cage material in our data centre cage design at Iron Mountain is rigid metal for optimal protection but can be modified - along with cage-door access denial technology - to address customer specifications (e.g. FSI, DoD, etc.).
Compliant Data Centres
Is your company highly regulated? Enjoy peace of mind knowing our secure data centre cages, processes, and procedures have undergone extensive auditing thereby strengthening and streamlining your regulatory process.
Iron Mountain has top-tier colocation facilities all over the globe, including underground and strategic edge locations. Ask us about private data centre cage colocation solutions.
Iron Mountain customers can request customized colocation cage security features such as dedicated CCTV cameras, fencing materials and other elements, providing increased flexibility and control.
Iron Mountain has extensive experience working with all types of industries and businesses, including enterprise/Fortune 1000, healthcare, finance, and government.
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Marriott - Hospitality
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IN THEIR WORDS
“More than five years ago, we determined that we needed more flexibility and we got it. Today we have a data centre that provides Marriott with a tremendous capability for disaster recovery, and we have a great partner in Iron Mountain.”