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Redstor Prepare For The 2018 Cloud Conference

Redstor Prepare For The 2018 Cloud Conference

posted in Redstor ● 3 Mar 2017

Continuing a busy events schedule for 2018, on June 13th Redstor will be exhibiting at the South African event, Cloud Conference 2018.  The event held at the Gallagher Estate in Gauteng will see top cloud, hosting and security executives and IT professionals come together for a fantastic day.

The estimated 1500 attendees will have the opportunity to network, exhibit and attend talks by keynote and guest speakers. Keynote speakers include Jan Hnizdo, CFO of Terako, Aki Anastasiou, Host of Technobyte and Tech Busters.

The main agenda of the day will begin at 9 am with topics covered throughout the day covering cloud data management, hosting and data centre technologies.

Redstor will be exhibiting at the show demonstrating expertise in data management and protection including archiving, backup and recovery and disaster recovery solutions. In addition, we’ll also be discussing:

  • Unified data protection
  • How to reduce downtime
  • POPI compliance

If you’re at the show, make sure to stop by and see us.

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