Iron Mountain Facility Provided Data Storage Before The Cloud | The Daily 360 | The New York Times

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In this 360¡ video, tour a former limestone mine in Pennsylvania that has stored 200 acres of mainly physical data, for clients including the federal government, since the early 1950s.

By: Nick Capezzera Niko Koppel and Kaitlyn Mullin

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Nobiles Novus homo says:

“The report from iron mountain”

KarlEuro89 says:

This is a bit of a hoarding mess. Surely this doesn't allllll need to be archived, preserved, and saved… right?

Michigan USA/Singapore S.E.Asia says:

Iron mountain Michigan?

Tommy Etheredge says:

I'm curious as to how big the underground lakes are?

Jeroen De Maeijer says:

Why cardboard boxes instead of metal ones???

Antho9 says:

Wooooooooah

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