Partners to Help Drive Innovation at Event

Partners to Help Drive Innovation at Event

posted in PartnersRedstor ● 11 Nov 2016

The annual Redstor Backup Pro Partner Event is scheduled for 15 November at the Radisson Blu in Sandton, South Africa and 24 November at the prestigious RSA House in London, United Kingdom.

For the past 260 years, creative thinkers have been gathering at RSA House, “dedicated to shaping the future through bright ideas and practical action”.

In order for Redstor to be forward thinking and contribute to a sustainable economy and innovation in cloud services, they have made it their mission to provide valuable assistance to their partners.

Paul Evans, CEO, Redstor, comments: “The market is gaining momentum and there are clear advantages we have attained since the acquisition of Attix5 in 2015. Our partner engagement strategy is incredibly important to us and we want to use this opportunity to engage with partners whilst outlining the direction Redstor will be heading in the next 12 months.”

In keeping with the tradition of innovation, here are a few things that the Partner Event 2016 focusses on:

  • Technical development of Backup Pro; closing the gap between SE and ESE
  • Full System Recovery and InstantData
  • High speed restores with keeping a local backup copy
  • Analytics- and Archiving as a Service

Analytics- and Archiving as a Service (AaaS) is a very important direction that the cloud industry is progressing into. This is also where Redstor will have the opportunity to differentiate themselves as innovative and groundbreaking software developers and service providers.

Network and Engage with Partners

Cloud-to-cloud backup is on the roadmap for Backup Pro, and Redstor aim to provide this feature in the near future. Garnering input from partners on the vision for Redstor is of utmost importance to drive product innovation.

Evans adds, “Our previous partner events have been a great success. We will have a range of interesting and informative presentations as well as valuable breakout sessions all aimed to help you protect and grow your cloud backup and disaster recovery revenues”

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