Redstor Climbing To The Summit For South African Event

Redstor Climbing To The Summit For South African Event

posted in Redstor ● 30 Jan 2018

On February 8th, Redstor will attend the IT Web Cloud Summit in Midrand, joining industry experts and cloud organisations for a fantastic schedule. The show will bring experts from across the globe together to discuss how the cloud has moved from being considered a ‘disruptive force’ or ‘new technology’ to the next generation in IT.

The one-day event is set to play host to an exciting agenda, featuring experts from the world of cloud. This will offer attendees the opportunity to learn, collaborate and share in the experiences that have driven cloud to be the globally accepted technology it now is. Jason Kotze, of Redstor, will be taking to the technology and trends stage to discuss how the state-owned Trans-Caledon Tunnel Authority successfully migrated their backups to the cloud and how similar projects could benefit organisations across South Africa.

This marks the first year that Redstor will be exhibiting at the show, and the team will be on the stand ready to answer questions and talk all things cloud backup. If you’re at the show we’d love to meet you and understand what role backup and data protection plays within your organisation.

Register for the show here

 

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