Iron Mountain Incorporated Declares Quarterly Dividend

BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The Board of Directors of Iron Mountain Incorporated (NYS: IRM) declared a cash dividend of $0.27 per share on the common stock of the company, payable on April 15, 2013 to shareholders of record at the close of business on March 25, 2013.

About Iron Mountain


Iron Mountain Incorporated (NYS: IRM) is a leading provider of storage and information management solutions. The Company's real estate network of over 64 million square feet across more than 1,000 facilities in 35 countries allows it to serve customers around the world. And its solutions for records management, data backup and recovery, document management and secure shredding help organizations to lower storage costs, comply with regulations, recover from disaster, and better use their information for business advantage. Founded in 1951, Iron Mountain stores and protects billions of information assets, including business documents, backup tapes, electronic files and medical data. Visit www.ironmountain.com for more information.



Investor Relations Contacts:
Iron Mountain Incorporated
Melissa Marsden, 617-869-9920
Senior Vice President, Investor Relations
melissa.marsden@ironmountain.com
or
Stephen P. Golden, 617-535-4766
Vice President, Investor Relations
sgolden@ironmountain.com

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