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MD coaches Hill Primary School to National Final

MD coaches Hill Primary School to National Final

posted in Education ● 28 Aug 2014

On Tuesday 15th July, a tag rugby team from The Hill Primary School in Caversham, competed at the spiritual home of rugby, Twickenham Stadium, in the National Tag 2 Twickenham finals, achieving 10th place!

This is the first time that a team from The Hill has qualified for the National Finals. Earlier in the year, the team won the Reading tag rugby tournament at Reading School and then the Berkshire Finals at Bradfield College.

Paul Evans, MD of Redstor, coached the team along with Jamal White of Brunel University. Paul’s involvement with the team is one of a number of activities undertaken with schools as part of its community outreach programme.

Redstor has offered cloud services to education since 2005 and has developed a deep-rooted relationship with schools. Today, Redstor protects the data for over 10,000 schools with its UK based, online backup for schools service.

Redstor offers its secure, cloud-based services to schools either directly or through Local Authorities and other education service providers. Redstor’s primary service, online backup for schools, is an affordable, fully automated backup service that requires no manual intervention and boasts military grade encryption. Redstor is the only Capita approved technology for protecting SIMS, FMS and Discover data and protects both admin and curriculum data with its market leading online backup software.

Redstor’s online backup for schools service is fully compliant with SFVS, ICO and Data Protection legislation and Redstor is itself, ISO 27001 and 9001 certified.

Other service offered by Redstor to schools include file sync and share, safeguarding and endpoint management.

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