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Redstor Is Exhibiting at the GESS Show Dubai

Redstor Is Exhibiting at the GESS Show Dubai

posted in Disaster Recovery ● 14 May 2018

As part of Redstor’s continued International expansion, the team at Redstor has been exhibiting for the first time at the Global Education Supplies and Solutions (GESS) show in Dubai. Taking place until the 3rd March, GESS brings together some of the most innovative businesses within the education sector.

Redstor has been showcasing its Redstor Backup for Schools Service (RBUSS) which is used by over 10,000 schools.

RBUSS is a fully automated, online backup and data recovery service which simplifies the management and protection of administration and curriculum data for schools and significantly reduces the amount of time technicians need to spend on-site. The service is very scalable and is able to cope with many terabytes of data.

Paul Evans, CEO and Co-Founder of Redstor, comments: “We are thrilled to be exhibiting at the GESS show for the first time this year. We have been growing our international footprint and we now have offices in Reading UK, Johannesburg and Cape Town supporting partners throughout the world and are excited to be now in the Middle East.”

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