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BETT 2014 Roundup

Thu, 30/01/2014 - 14:01

It seems much longer than a week ago that the Redstor team were close to finishing up day two of BETT 2014. Looking back over the week, it's clear that it was again a very successful and enjoyable event. We'd like to say a big thank you to everyone who stopped by our stand or joined us for lunch and dinner. Redstor was located at stand A40 and our experienced team were discussing our services including; RBUSS, Centrastage, Centrastor, Safeguarding and Virtual Disaster Recovery.

Throughout the four days of BETT, we received lots of really positive feedback from current customers about our services and technologies, with many wanting to discuss other services they could begin using or add to their portfolio. Additionally, a number of prospective clients we met at BETT were sent to our stand via referral from existing customers, and for that we would like to thank our existing clients as well. In total, we had a 25% increase in prospective enquiries over BETT 2013.

From this, it's clear that storage, backup and device management continue to be areas in which organisations of all sizes are facing challenges within the education market. The Redstor education team are very busy following up enquiries from BETT. If you missed the chance to talk to us there however, please do not hesitate to call 01189 515200 or email [email protected] and we will be in touch shortly.

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