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Redstor launches mobile app, putting data management and discovery in the palm of customers’ hands
Reading, 9 July 2019 – Redstor has launched a new app, giving customers instant, secure access to their data from their mobile devices.
It is the latest initiative by the UK-headquartered company that is disrupting the world of data management.
Redstor’s pioneering technology offers rich visibility of an entire data estate, wherever it is stored – while strong encryption takes care of security.
With Redstor Mobile for Android and iOS, customers can:
Developed in response to customer demand, the new app is just the latest automated feature in Redstor’s unique cloud data management solution.
By continually replacing repetitive tasks, removing complexity and managing data wherever it is stored, Redstor is making operations significantly easier for IT staff.
Thomas Campbell, Technical Services Director at Redstor, said: “This new mobile app provides users with data management and access to data wherever they are. It is free to download, available to all Redstor cloud customers and is already attracting great interest.”
As part of a long-term strategy to treble revenue by 2020, Redstor is offering improved ways of tackling compliance, data growth, recovery from ransomware attacks, flexible cloud integration and reducing investment in primary storage.
Redstor also enables organisations to simplify deployment and billing, improve security and obtain borderless visibility of their entire data estate.
About Redstor: We are disrupting the world of data management with our pioneering technology, which provides borderless visibility and on-demand access to all your data, wherever it is stored, through a single control centre. Trusted by more than 40,000 clients and 350 partners, we use our proven, industry-leading technology to help you discover, manage and protect your critical data.
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Redstor is available worldwide through a network of resellers. For further information please visit redstor.com.
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