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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Webinar hosted by East Sussex County Council – 25th May @ 10.30am
In this webinar, Kris Scruby at East Sussex County Council will be talking about how they have transformed their IT support and delivery to their schools. To reserve your webinar seat, click here – https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/837076946
Webinar hosted by Redstor and Nasuni – 25th May @ 3.00pm
In this webinar, Nasuni and Redstor will introduce Redstor Cloud NAS and the Nasuni Filer, Nasuni’s gateway technology and its features including the new Cloud Migration Service. The webinar will explain why this disruptive technology enables IT to take advantage of cloud storage in a way that was not possible before. To reserve your webinar seat, click here –https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/835687874
Redstor Education Forums – 14th & 16th June
Our annual education forums see us take to Manchester and Reading to address the challenges posed by these new austere times with Redstor showing Local Authorities and education service providers how they can genuinely reduce the cost of IT service delivery and support to schools, drive efficiencies and offer new, relevant IT services.
Cloud Computing World Forum – 21st-22nd June
Redstor will be exhibiting at the Cloud Computing World Forum taking place at Olympia, London. Here, we will be showcasing our experience and pedigree when it comes to all things cloud backup and storage. Come and see 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