British Legal Technology Forum
Redstor are proud to announce we will be exhibiting at the 'British Legal Technology Forum 2015' at the Old Billingsgate, London on Tuesday, 17th March 2015.
As Europe's largest legal technology conference and exhibition, The British Legal Technology Forum will bring together the most respected professionals from both the legal and commercial technology worlds to examine and explore the systems, strategies, processes and platforms that will drive law firms and legal businesses into the next decade and beyond.
With three presentation areas including a 350 seat main stage, The British Legal Technology Forum will deliver multi-stream conference sessions, keynote presentations, panel discussions, knowledge sessions, interviews, debates and interactive demonstrations. In addition, The British Legal Technology Forum will also offer over 2,000 square metres of exhibition space with many of the world's best known suppliers showcasing a wide range of new and upgraded systems as well as the finest legal and commercial technology on the market.
Produced by Netlaw Media, the 'British Legal Technology Forum 2015' will accommodate over 1,200 legal technology professionals from the UK, European and international legal sectors.
If you are attending the 'British Legal Technology Forum 2015', come and see Redstor at stand C22.
We will be discussing our range of secure services including cloud backup, endpoint encryption, file sync and share and endpoint management. We will also have Nutanix on our stand, on hand to discuss hyper-converged infrastructure.
Event: The British Legal Technology Forum 2015
Date: 17th March 2015
Time: 8:30am – 17:00
Venue: Old Billingsgate, London
Address: 16 Lower Thames St, London, EC3R 6DX
Nearest Tube: Monument / London Bridge / Tower Hill
For event information and delegate registration, visit www.britishlegalitforum.com.
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