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Attix5 websites to be decommissioned

Attix5 websites to be decommissioned

posted in Redstor ● 1 Mar 2017

Following the acquisition of Attix5 by Redstor in 2015 and as part of the ongoing efforts to unite all aspects of the two companies, with a heavy focus on providing excellent support and up to date resources, the Attix5.com and Attix5.co.uk websites will soon be decommissioned.

The migration is set to begin on March 7th and will see visitors to Attix5.com and Attix5.co.uk redirected to Redstor’s global site, redstor.com.

In the interest of keeping resources available to all users of both websites, all Attix5 FAQs have been redirected to partners.redstor.com/faqs which has newly upgraded search functionality.

For any further information regarding the migration please contact your account manager or the Redstor support team.

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