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
Redstor would like to invite you to a Safeguarding webinar on the 4th December at 4pm, hosted by Sharon Girling OBE. Sharon has dedicated 30 years of service to the police force working at the forefront of national and international response to child abuse and also developed the process and procedures that led to the creation of the CEOP today. Currently, amongst other avenues, Sharon is working as a Safeguarding Consultant for Securus.
Schools, academies and colleges have a statutory responsibility for “safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people”, however with constant technological advances ensuring this is ever more challenging; how are schools responding and delivering their duty of care?
Sadly, as many as 70% of children are feared to be involved with cyber bullying and all too often media attention is brought to our attention focusing on the consequences of such behaviour. At Redstor we believe children should be encouraged to use technology in order to realise the vast benefits available to them. However, they must learn the correct digital skills and behaviour to ensure they are safe. During the webinar, discussions will be held on best practisefor the safeguarding of children online to help schools, academies and colleges transform the way they protect vulnerable children. – How do you currently deal with safeguarding situations?
– How to prevent Safeguarding issues arising.
– How to teach children to use the internet safely.
– What tools are available to you.
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