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Redstor will be exhibiting at Toronto’s leading IT Technology conference, iTech

Redstor will be exhibiting at Toronto’s leading IT Technology conference, iTech

posted in Product ● 18 Apr 2017

Continuing the year in the right way, Redstor are set to attend and exhibit at Canada’s leading IT conference and exhibition series, iTech Canada on the 9th May.

iTech is a series of regionalised conferences and exhibitions aimed at bringing together industry leaders and decision makers. The shows focus on delivering cutting-edge technologies to enhance IT strategies and features a rich agenda of speakers.

Covering a range of topics including Infrastructure, Cloud, Security, Data Centre and Mobility, the keynote will be delivered by Chris Pratt of IBM. Microsoft and Huawei will have speaking slots. With these industry giants opening up conversations around innovations in technology, technical transformation and data intelligence.

Redstor exhibitors will be at stand 600 and will be speaking about the change of the data landscape and challenges around data management and protection. They will also be demonstrating Redstor’s Backup Pro software and previewing our dynamic community driven road-map.

We look forward to networking with all attendees of iTech, from network and communications managers to CIOs.

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