Redstor Nominated For Thames Valley Technology Awards

Redstor Nominated For Thames Valley Technology Awards

posted in ProductRedstor ● 1 May 2018

May 24th, 2018 will play host to this years Thames Valley Technology Awards. The event is a celebration of the fast-paced and highly innovative technology industry that calls the Thames Valley its home. The event taking place at the Royal Berkshire Conference Centre at the Madejski Stadium will feature a drinks reception and 3-course meal for companies and individuals in attendance.

The event will play host to 10 technology awards, each with a number of finalists shortlisted, to be crowned on the night. Redstor is proud to have been shortlisted as a finalist in the category of High Growth Technology Business, sponsored by Grant Thornton. Angela Lamont will present the evening with guest speaker Peter Cochrane taking the keynote.

Redstor is a Reading based SaaS business specialising in delivering highly resilient, secure and efficient backup, disaster recovery and archiving to a growing customer base across the globe. Founded in 1998, the last two years have seen breakthrough software developments, including the launches of cloud archiving and InstantData, and the organisation has doubled staff count and gross profits.

The event which looks to be a promising evening and celebration of excellence in technology will be attended by Redstor representatives including CEO and co-founder Paul Evans. We look forward to a fantastic event and would like to congratulate fellow finalists in all categories.

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