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Redstor at the EMC Rapid Fire Conferences

Mon, 28/11/2011 - 06:54

Redstor has been exhibiting at the recent EMC Rapid Fire Conferences in Edinburgh, Manchester and Twickenham. The conference covered off several main themes: Information Intelligence - taking action on big data, Information mobility and accessibility - next generation data protection and recovery, cloud ready data centres and how to build trust in the Cloud space. What was clear was that IT was all about services and outcomes and not about the technology. The Cloud is changing how IT is built, run and consumed and it is becoming all SLA governed. At the event, Redstor has been featuring it's popular Cloud Backup Service which is re-sold through over 130 partners. Redstor was also unveiling the EMC Cloud Tiering Service as a way to offload cold data to the Redstor Storage Cloud. Based around the EMC Cloud Tiering Appliance, the service is a policy based file tiering, archiving and migration service and all data is replicated between Redstor’s 2 UK data centres and is underpinned by the EMC Atmos platform. Archiving data off to the cloud is especially relevant given the projections of file based and block based data growth forecast at 80% and 31% compound respectively. For further information on archiving data to the cloud or looking at online backup, you can call Redstor on +44 118 951 5200.  

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