The rise of the digital economy, unexpected market events, and the growing need for business resilience has only served to accelerate the influence of the cloud on infrastructure.Continue reading
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Last week saw Redstor hitting the road and hosting their annual Education forums in Manchester and Reading. The forums bought together a whole host of our Local Authority and education service provider partners where we were able to bring them up to speed on the latest developments on Redstor’s key services for schools. The forums also provided the delegates a great opportunity to network with their fellow peers as well as joining in on the group breakout sessions which covered our services in more detail. Both forums were well attended and provided Redstor with a great opportunity to greet and catch up with our Education customers and prospects. During the forums, we covered topics including remote device management, e-safety monitoring, remote backup, Cloud storage and next generation networks. Cloud Computing World Forum – OlympiaRedstor are pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the upcoming Cloud Computing World Forum taking place at Olympia this week. Here, we will be showcasing our experience and pedigree when it comes to all things cloud backup and storage. The event will present a great opportunity for us to talk to senior IT decision makers on our 3 Cloud Storage services – Cloud Silo, Cloud Drive and Cloud NAS. If you are planning on attending the show then please be sure to come and visit us on stand 199!
Kubernetes data protection represents a massive opportunity. Around 30% of global organizations are currently running containerised applications in production – by 2022, Gartner predicts that figure will be as high as 75%.Continue reading
Reading, 6 April 2020 – An unwelcome repercussion of employees snapping up laptops for home working ahead of the coronavirus lockdown has been an even bigger spike in cyber-criminal activity.Continue reading