Redstor Lay Down The Law As Specialists In Legal Backup

Redstor Lay Down The Law As Specialists In Legal Backup

posted in Redstor ● 27 Feb 2018

Once again located in London’s Old Billingsgate, The British Legal Technology Forum 2018, takes place on Tuesday 13th March. The annual show brings together professionals from the world of law, legal technology and IT security for a one-day event highlighting the best technology for the legal sector.

Featuring 5 stages and a host of exhibitors in the main hall of the venue, the event is set to see an estimated 1,200 visitors. Attendees will have the opportunity to attend conference sessions, keynote presentations, panel sessions and more. Exhibitors will feature 90 of Europe’s best-known technology and IT suppliers to the legal industry, including Redstor.

Speakers at the event include Professor Richard Susskind OBE, President of the Society for Computers and Law; Professor Ian Goldin, Professor at Oxford University and Rosemary Martin of Vodafone Group Services.

Redstor will be on stand B18, at the event, and will be discussing services for the legal sector around data protection and management including Backup, Disaster Recovery and Data Archiving. Get in touch or stop by the show to find out more about:

  • Backup for the legal industry
  • Redstor Archiving
  • Best practice data management
  • Product development

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