Following a busy events programme at the start of 2018, Redstor will be taking part in this year’s IT Nation Europe event from the 18th to the 20th April. The London event is a unique opportunity to collaborate, network and educate with professionals from the IT solutions industry and has a jam-packed line up of guest and keynote speakers.
The event is the largest European conference of its kind and will provide three days for attendees, exhibitors and vendors to engage. The annual event brings together key stakeholders from the IT solutions marketing into a thriving atmosphere built for engagement, exchange and discovery.
Redstor will be exhibiting at the show for the first time, with a focus on data management and protection through Redstor Pro; Redstor Pro is a unified backup, disaster recovery and archiving solution. We’ll also be talking about:
GDPR compliance and what it means for data
Cloud to cloud backups
Developments for 2018
We’re at stand number 13 if you’re at the show so be sure to stop by for a chat if you’re in attendance.
Redstor channelling community to drive development roadmap
Redstor Pro features monthly software updates, allowing channel partners and end-users to benefit from quicker time to value with the latest features and developments. Redstor’s dynamic development roadmap is driven by feedback from our channel and user communities allowing true insight into how organisations use the software and how they want to use it in the future.
Great new features of the software include cloud archiving and soon to launch is cloud to cloud backups; to be first to hear about cloud to cloud backup functionality sign up here.
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