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2018 is set to be another fantastic year for Redstor and we’ve lots to celebrate. Not only will Redstor be turning 20, but we’ll also kick off the year by celebrating our 10th BETT show. The BETT show is one of the largest education tradeshow’s in Europe and promises to bring together new and exciting technologies that can help to transform the landscape of education. Hosted at the London ExCel, the show will open its doors on Wednesday 24 January and will host thousands of educators, influencers, students, suppliers and technologists over a 4-day period. Redstor will be in the thick of the action, welcoming all to stand B230, organise to meet us at the show.
For 20 years, Redstor has provided organisations of all sizes with easy to use solutions to enable the recovery of data and to ensure compliance with data protection laws. With threats such as Ransomware on the rise and new legislation such as the upcoming GDPR, data protection has never been more important. Learn more about the GDPR here.
BETT 2018 promises to be bigger and better than ever before and with a jam-packed Seminar schedule there will be plenty to see. At the Redstor stand, we’ll be hosting a series of meetings catching up with those of you we know and getting to know some new names and faces too. We’ll also be talking about:
Ransomware has been a constant threat to schools, colleges and Multi-academy trusts for several years now and learning how to protect against it has been vital. But with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) set to take effect on May 25th of this year, will data protection compliance be more of a concern for the education sector?
Redstor have helped hundreds of education organisations recover from the effects of Ransomware attacks and we’ve also worked with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) to give you the best guidance on how to comply with new data protection laws. To find out how we can help you with both, stop by the Redstor stand at the BETT show or organise to meet with us.
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