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Canalys announced the winners of the Candefero Channel Partner of the Year Awards for EMEA. These awards recognise high achievement by the region’s channel partners in particular areas. The winners were honoured on stage in Barcelona on Wednesday, 5 October 2016, at the EMEA Canalys Channels Forum. Over 1000 leading channel partners, distributors and vendors from 38 countries across the region were in attendance. The event featured packed keynote sessions, more than 3000 one-to-one meetings and a spectacular gala dinner.
Redstor was awarded with the Cloud: Software Partner of the Year award, a very prestigious achievement.
Redstor’s best-selling cloud product is Redstor Backup Pro, the cloud backup and disaster recovery software that underpins the cloud backup offerings of around 1000 managed service providers, telecommunications companies, and support providers around the globe.
Redstor Backup Pro is the same technology that, branded as Redstor Backup for Schools Service (RBUSS), protects the data of over 11 000 schools in the UK.
Development of Backup Pro has increased rapidly in the last year. The technology has gained a number of new disaster recovery features, enhancing the cloud software product to a trusted partner in secure cloud services as well as Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS).
Chris Sigley, General Manager, Redstor, commented, “We are almost 100% cloud focused and provide global backup and disaster recovery solutions to more than 40 000 global customers. We develop our own software and services and we are delighted to have been recognised as the winner of this award.”
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