• Redstor

    Redstor is a leading global provider of cloud backup and disaster recovery software and services for service providers

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  • Redstor acquires Attix5

    Redstor becomes a global provider of cloud backup and disaster recovery software to service providers, following the acquisition of Attix5, the South Africa based cloud backup and DR software developer

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  • Online Backup

    Automated, scalable and secure online backup, trusted by over 10,000 organisations

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  • Virtual Disaster Recovery

    Cloud-based disaster recovery that guarantees your critical systems will be up and running in minutes

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  • File Sync & Share

    Secure and encrypted access-anywhere storage, file collaboration and sharing

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  • Backup Service for Schools

    RBUSS is a fully automated, cloud backup and recovery service which backs up data, off-site to Redstor's highly secure, UK-based data centres

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Redstor - Cloud Backup Software and Services


Founded in the UK in 1998, Redstor is a well respected and trusted global provider of cloud backup and disaster recovery software and services.

Redstor's focus is on partner-enabled cloud backup as a service (BaaS), delivering these services either through their own storage platforms around the world, or by supplying their Backup Pro software to power their partners' own service platforms.

Redstor-powered services are available through hundreds of partners worldwide. As an ISO 27001 and ISO 9001 certified organisation, Redstor combines technical excellence with proven processes to deliver innovative, flexible and secure cloud services that reduce risks and cost to end users.

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