Johannesburg, 17 December 2019 – Office 365 is a prime target for cyber criminals – and it’s not difficult to understand why when Microsoft announced this year that it has more than 180m active commercial users every month.Continue reading
On Thursday, Redstor welcomed a selection of our education partners and resellers to our 8th annual education forum held at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester. Redstor kicked off proceedings with a hearty welcome breakfast of tea, coffee and bacon rolls which provided the perfect opportunity to catch up with customers old and new. Presentations began with a look at key trends for the education market in 2013 and beyond as well as highlighting some upcoming challenges including end of life for Windows XP, Office 2003 and a variety of other applications.
The day featured presentations on existing services including our backup for schools service; RBUSS, Safeguarding for Schools, Centrastage and also introduced new services including Virtual DR. In addition, interactive break out sessions were organised enabling attendees to discuss their thoughts, challenges and ideas amongst industry peers and with Redstor product managers. Initial feedback suggests the day was informative and enjoyed by all. Images from the event are now on uploaded to our Facebook album.Please feel free to browse these at your leisure.
Planning is well underway for the Southern education forum which will take place on October 31st at Jericho Farm in Buckinghamshire. Should you require any information or wish to attend, please email [email protected] Thank you to everyone who attended. We hope you found the day as enjoyable and informative as we did. We look forward to seeing you next year!
Johannesburg, 24 October 2019 – Redstor, the company disrupting the world of data management, will demonstrate at the Gartner IT Symposium/Xpo™ in Barcelona how a pioneering technology developed in South Africa slashes the cost of Office 365 protection.Continue reading
Whether it’s Rassie Erasmus, Steve Hansen, Warren Gatland or Eddie Jones devising a Rugby World Cup masterplan or an IT boss striving to provide his multi-million-pound organisation with a competitive edge, many of their decisions will be informed by data analysis.Continue reading