On 13 June 2018, Redstor will be exhibiting for the first time at the MyBroadband Cloud Conference 2018, at Gallagher Estate, Midrand. Redstor is a cloud data management company with 20 years’ experience in providing state-of-the-art solutions.
Redstor Pro is a unified backup and recovery, archiving and disaster recovery solution, giving users access to their data instantly, regardless of location. Data can be intuitively and securely managed throughout its life cycle from a single, centralised console.
Cloud technologies are now widely used across many industries; security is no longer a concern, and rightly so. Redstor is at the forefront of cloud data protection and management, giving organisations greater control, better security and quicker access, while meeting 24/7 business models. Unified backup and recovery, archiving and disaster recovery gives organisations the perfect platform to deal with retention requirements, access needs and to comply with data protection laws.
Data is growing, and primary storage costs are on the rise. Redstor Pro is instantly scalable to meet the needs of your growing data and can intelligently archive data to secondary storage, freeing up capacity and remaining available for when it is needed.
Redstor’s InstantData engine drives the solution, keeping all the benefits of cloud and the performance of a local system. By instantly streaming data as it is accessed, you no longer have to restore a whole server, folder or file before you can work on it. Downtime will be a thing of the past.
We’ll be at stand 21, so if you’re at the show, be sure to stop by, we’d love to show you why we’re the trusted solution for thousands of organisations and why our software, which is developed and supported from South Africa, is Africa’s number one backup and recovery, archiving and disaster recovery solution.
We’ll also be talking about:
* How to protect your environment against cyber threats such as ransomware;
* Reducing data management costs;
* Unifying protection; and
* Redstor’s roadmap, as developed in South Africa.