Passionate external spokesperson on all things Nasuni.
Andres Rodriguez brings to Nasuni the energy and experience of a visionary entrepreneur with several successful companies behind him. He oversees sales, marketing and strategic partnership development—and is the face of Nasuni.
His previous company, Archivas, developed an enterprise-class cloud storage system and was acquired by Hitachi Data Systems in 2006. As founder, CTO and charismatic frontman at Archivas, Andres was a key force in sales, partner development and marketing and oversaw all technology initiatives. After the acquisition, Andres became Hitachi’s CTO of File Services, supporting the worldwide rollout of the Archivas-based Hitachi Content Archive Platform (HCAP). Having seen his team and product successfully integrated with its acquirer’s, Andres turned his attention to his next venture, which, with its goal of making the benefits of cloud storage more accessible to the enterprise, was a natural progression from his last.
Before founding Archivas, Andres was CTO of the New York Times, where he drove digital strategy at NYTimes and Boston.com, and worked extensively with their archives on digital content preservation. He came to the Times as the co-founder and VP of engineering for Abuzz, a pioneering social networking company the Times acquired in 1999.
Andres has a bachelor of science in engineering and a master’s in physics from Boston University. He holds several patents for system designs.