Safe and Secure Data Storage in Houston With MIDCON

MIDCON Data is now accepting data storage contracts in the Houston, Texas, area

Press Release updated: Nov 3, 2017 14:27 EDT

MIDCON is now accepting data storage contracts in the Houston, Texas area. MIDCON has been providing high-quality storage solutions for both individuals and small businesses at affordable rates since 1991.

MIDCON is a leader in the data management and storage industry and has proven itself a reliable partner to clients nationwide. MIDCON is excited to be working in Houston, and continues to provide indoor self-storage that is climate controlled and security monitored with alarms, cameras, access control, and has fire suppression. MIDCON’s facility is three stories, allowing for large storage units 6.5’ wide and 32’ long. Along with physical data storage, MIDCON in Houston will also offer secure online data storage, which can be connected at any time for retrieval or edits. MIDCON’s dedication to convenience is how they’ve earned a name for themselves as one of the most reliable resources for data storage. For more information, call 888-913-6010 or visit www.midcondata.com.


Categories: Data Storage and Warehousing

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