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Pete Lorenco Pete Lorenco
Peter Lorenco joined the Iron Mountain team in 2010 and currently serves as the Senior Marketing Demand Manager for the company’s Small Business services. In this role, he is responsible for the management and execution of all SMB demand generation efforts for Iron Mountain’s offsite tape vaulting, records management, and secure shredding solutions. Prior to joining Iron Mountain, Peter held various marketing roles at EMC. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from Bentley University.
Small Business
When You’re Talking Data Storage, Media Matters

You probably wouldn’t think your organization could have anything in common with the operations of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), a particle accelerator in Switzerland with a circumference of more than 17 miles. But it most likely does. Since it first opened in 2008, scientists have been using the accelerator […]

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Ransomware: Your Business Records and the Latest Cyberthreat

It was a simple ultimatum: If Advantage Benefits Solutions didn’t pay off a group of information bandits within 72 hours, it would lose access to all of its vital files and data. Already crippled by the temporary theft of information, the owner of the small Houston, Texas, firm reluctantly paid […]

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National Small Business Week: Make It Last All Year

If it’s Monday, it’s Miami. Tuesday? Los Angeles. And Friday’s definitely Washington, D.C. Though this may read like Maroon 5’s tour schedule, it’s actually a list of cities that have been hosting National Small Business Week (NSBW) events. Organized by the Small Business Administration, the 52-year-old event celebrates and encourages […]

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What’s in Your Unit? How to Avoid a Self-Storage Nightmare

  When a massive fire raged through 115 units of a self-storage facility in Connecticut recently, renters lost (among other things) irreplaceable family photos and mementos, pricey DJ equipment, and an entire cache of favors and centerpieces for an upcoming wedding. Sadly, this is not a unique incident. Over the […]

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Although they’re popular colors right now, orange (it’s the new black!) and gray (all 50 shades of it) have nothing on green, the color that’s come to symbolize environmental stewardship. Your company may give the nod to Earth Day each year, and you probably have “green initiatives” in play, such […]

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