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Redstor to attend the Cloud Computing World Forum – 21st-22nd June

Redstor to attend the Cloud Computing World Forum – 21st-22nd June

posted in Redstor ● 11 May 2011

Redstor will be exhibiting at the Cloud Computing World Forum taking place on the 21st and 22nd June at Olympia, London. This event is Europe’s leading Cloud Computing event with over 2,000 senior IT decision makers expected to attend. All of the key players will be featured within the Cloud Computing and SaaS market providing an introduction, discussion and look into the future of Cloud Computing and it’s place within future IT strategies.Redstor’s attendance at this event will highlight the experience and pedigree Redstor have when it comes to Cloud storage and remote backup.Since 2005, Redstor have been building a suite of cloud storage services and were a pioneer in the online backup space.With a wealth of experience in delivering Cloud storage and backup services, Redstor began developing a range of EMC Atmos-underpinned services in Summer 2010 and will continue to meet organisations wherever they may be on their journey to the Cloud. 

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