Redstor Stand Firm At Alternative Legal Conference

Redstor Stand Firm At Alternative Legal Conference

posted in Redstor ● 7 Sep 2017

In its 9th year, the Alternative Legal IT Conference is a 2-day event hosted at the Oxford Belfry Hotel on the 19th and 20th of September. The show will be attended by industry experts and thought leaders from the Legal sector and will give them a chance to network with a selection of industry recognised vendors and suppliers.

The conference will include a headline discussion for IT Directors to discuss the state of the industry and how well vendors are able to meet their needs. Further to this, across the 2-days, there will be a series of round-table and break-out sessions covering topics from Innovation, Best Practice and the upcoming GDPR.

With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), only a matter of months away, Redstor will focus partially on how the GDPR is set to affect firms and how being compliant with data management strategy can prevent some nasty fines.

Redstor are a trusted partner in the Legal industry, providing data management and protection solutions to some of the UK’s top firms. These services, including data backup and disaster recovery, allow reputable organisations the peace of mind in knowing that their data and their environments are safe from the threats of data loss or data breach.

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