Redstor Continues 2022 Momentum


Redstor Continues 2022 Momentum

By Greg Tavarez

IT workloads can be streamlined by centralizing the backup and management of data on infrastructure, cloud-native environments and an array of SaaS platforms through Redstor. Looking to manage customers and their data through a single app, RedApp, it’s no wonder MSPs are coming to Redstor, which was purpose-built for the MSP growth agenda.

Redstor, after seeing significant developments in Q1 across key areas, continued its momentum through Q2 with widespread recognition of its technology, increased U.S. demand, product enhancements and two new offices.

“We have the right technology, the right people and the right platform to continue our strong momentum. We built a foundation to take us to our goals, and now we’re accelerating,” said Redstor CEO Paul Evans

Redstor received industry honors throughout Q2 including the Connected Technologies Vendor of the Year, the Hosted Cloud Vendor of the Year and receiving 39 badges in G2’s Summer 2022 report. Users also rated Redstor with the highest satisfaction rating in the backup, online backup, DR and DRaaS categories.

“Of all the Q2 developments, most gratifying to me was the number of users that shared reviews of Redstor online, ranking our product first in areas like product ease of use, support and overall business experience,” said Evans. “These are people in the thick of the managed services battle, and that they consider our platform their go-to tool is tremendously validating.”

Redstor, as part of its expansion, added offices in Birmingham, U.K., and Cape Town, South Africa, due to the experienced growth throughout global markets during the Q2 period. Redstor also experienced a demand growth in the U.S. with new partners producing more than a 300% increase  in sales over the same period last year, with a number of large companies planning to make the move to Redstor in the months ahead.

Product capabilities were also expanded, including enhanced user access management and data tagging capabilities that will enable MSPs to implement zero-trust policies, better protect customer data and help identify and classify specific file types.

Edited by Greg Tavarez

MSPToday Editor

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