Redstor awarded ISO accreditation

Wed, 21/03/2012 - 14:07
Redstor awarded ISO accreditation
We at Redstor are pleased to announce that we have been awarded ISO9001 and ISO27001 accreditations, verifying the company’s ISO quality control and information security standards as integral components of all Redstor's business processes.Redstor gained certification on its first attempt after working with Trinity Management Systems (TMS), a specialist in the delivery of ISO management systems, to create a framework for an ISO system, and business operations to comply with the ISO standards.Paul Evans, Managing Director at Redstor, comments: “Being ISO certified is a huge step forward for Redstor. A lot of our work was already being carried out to the standards of the ISO accreditations, but being certified and recognised provides a means of reassurance for anyone considering working with Redstor.”Founded in 1998, Redstor is the company behind the cloud backup and storage platform protecting data for many thousands of end users, both directly and indirectly through our growing and extensive partner network.Redstor has been providing cloud services since 2005, focusing around the areas of data storage, backup, archiving and device management and has over 130 partners with a strong presence in the Education sector supporting over 10,000 schools.  

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