Wondering what a larger company with resources uses to store important potentially confidential documents. Or what is recommended as best practices if most companies don't typically adhere to them. Basically, if you have signed some contract like the Apple/Sprint $2B contract, I would imagine that that is not entirely stored in the cloud, and there is some portion of documents that are physically printed out and signed, and then stored somewhere. Wondering how they are safely stored.
What I would imagine is, short of putting them into something like a hardcore bank vault, is simply putting them into a safe inside of a locked room. I am wondering what kind of key would be best for the door, because metal keys seem to be easily pickable. So it seems that they would have a digital combination lock or a swipey magnetic lock, though I don't know how secure that is. Then the safe would have the same sort of lock. Wondering if this is typically what is done, or if they are stored in less of a hardcore way, or more of a hardcore way. For example, Coca Cola's trade secret for their mixture, maybe that is highly protected, or yeah, the Sprint/Apple contract, or other things of that nature.