Reading Half Marathon
On Sunday, 22nd March, well over 10,000 runners, including Redstor employees, took part in the Reading Half Marathon, many of them raising money for charity.
Redstor fielded two teams in the Hilton Corporate challenge. Raring to go very early on Sunday morning and comprised of Redstor staff of all ages and ablities, Redstor's teams finished 4th and 8th and raised a combined £1,146 for charity.
Redstor itself donated £100 per Redstor runner in the 13.1 miles Half Marathon and £50 per runner in the Green Park Challenge for a total of £650.
Redstor's chosen charities for the event were Alzheimer's Society and Daisy's Dream.
To those that donated via our donation pages, we'd like to say a massive thank you. Redstor has a long standing commitment to supporting both local and national charities and also engaging with local schools to provide support in any way we can, from coaching rugby to making charitable donations.
Redstor provides a a range of cloud services to the public and private sectors and is the UK's leading provider of cloud backup to schools. Redstor's flagship service to the education market, Redstor Backup for Schools Service (RBUSS), provides schools with secure, offsite data protection. It is the only Capita approved technology for protecting SIMS, FMS and Discover data and protects both admin and curriculum data. Redstor's cloud service portfolio also includes file sync and share, safeguarding and endpoint management.
In addition to the schools market and wider public sector, Redstor has a long standing history of supporting businesses of all sizes, providing not only enterprise-grade online backup and other cloud services but also on-premise solutions.
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