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Redstor Education Forum - Manchester, Oct 11th 2012

Redstor Education Forum - Manchester, Oct 11th 2012

posted in Redstor ● 9 Feb 2015

On Oct 11th, Redstor again welcomed partners to an education forum, this time in Manchester. The format of this event was identical to that of the previous event held in Milton Keynes. Redstor’s key education services were discussed including Redstor’s Backup Service for SchoolsCentraStageE-Safety and the recently announced Store and Share. Several of Redstor’s vendor partners were in attendance outlining updates to their respective technologies. As with the previous event in Milton Keynes, the day provided attendees with an ideal opportunity to network with their peers within the public and private sectors. Once again, feedback has been overwhelmingly positive although the journey up was a little eventful. We had a puncture on the motorway but were on our way again with the tyre changed in a shade over 8 minutes. Not formula 1 but not bad.

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