Vault Storage

Ensure that your records and data are kept safe


Do you have a secure facility for you backup media & other vital content?

Are your backups kept in a staff member’s purse or left at the office?


Why Is Off-site Vault Storage Critical?

A key step in developing a comprehensive and effective disaster recovery plan is to find an off-site location to store backup media and other vital records.  One can see the potential problems if backups are left on site should disaster strike or go home with a staff member who accidentally leaves it in the car in summer & it gets to 130°. Keeping media on-site typically turns into a cost-prohibitive, time-consuming process and increases unnecessary risks should disaster strike.


MIS Vaulting Services

MIS minimizes risk associated with media storage, vaulting your data in a secure, fire-resistant, temperature controlled environment.  Magnetic tapes, CD’s, DVD’s, Microfilm & other storage media or vital records are protected.

Services We Offer

Our Vault Storage Services also include customized media pickup, delivery and rotation schedules designed to meet the needs of your organization. At pickup, the media is assigned unique barcode ID’s for tracking and then transported in secure, environmentally-controlled vehicles by Modern Information Systems data protection specialists. In the event of an organization’s data failure, Modern Information Systems will deliver the vaulted media 24 hours a day, seven days a week, ensuring business continuity.


The Off-Site Vault Storage Solution

Our goal is the elimination of risk to your data. Your data is preserved in our reinforced concrete media vault, which has non-combustible construction, external dry sprinkler system and sophisticated access-control security systems. Access is restricted to MIS personnel and monitored 24 hours a day by a command center.

Preserve Strategic Focus

Outsourced data backup storage frees your internal resources and allows you to focus on your business.

Flexible Storage

The vaults can hold a variety of media types, including:

  • Computer disks, tapes, CDs, and DVDs
  • Microfilm and microfiche
  • Audio and video tapes
  • X-rays
  • Blueprints
  • Films and optical disks
  • Paper-based vital records