Learn about Redstor Backup Pro - win £200

Learn about Redstor Backup Pro - win £200

posted in Product ● 11 Jan 2017

Understand why more companies than ever are choosing Redstor Backup Pro for their cloud backup and DR needs.

On February 9th at 2pm GMT (see this in your timezone) Redstor will be hosting a webinar in which we’ll be exploring Backup Pro and how it’s being used today as well as where the technology is going.

You should attend if you’re interested in learning:

  • how physical to virtual (P2V) and virtual to virtual recovery (V2V) functionality can enhance your DR provision
  • how customers are leveraging Redstor technology onsite, offsite and as a hybrid cloud deployment
  • how to minimize the threat posed by ransomware whilst drastically reducing RTOs

In addition to the above, we’ll be outlining some of the exciting features coming in 2017 including O365 backup and automated tiering and archiving.

We’ll close with a QA session where attendees are free to ask questions.

If that wasn’t enough to perk your interest, every attendee will be in with a chance to win a £200 Amazon gift card.

Click here to register your attendance.

Do register even if you’re unable to attend the live session as we’ll share a recording of the session afterwards.

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