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Why Cloud Fits File Synchronization At Enterprise Scale

Why Cloud Fits File Synchronization At Enterprise Scale

April 9, 2014

Tackling the data explosion requires bold new thinking and the abandonment of tried and tired methodologies. Scale matters. When it comes to datacenter infrastructure, scale separates technology that enables an organization to thrive from technology that constantly gets in the way as it crumbles under growth. Nowhere is scale more important than when it comes… Continue Reading »

Disaster Recovery & Backup Are Part of Cloud Storage, Not Stand-alone Apps

Disaster Recovery & Backup Are Part of Cloud Storage, Not Stand-alone Apps

March 19, 2014

Backup and disaster recovery are currently two of the most popular uses of cloud software in the enterprise. Providers of such software have experienced boom times, with a few even going public. While they’ve enjoyed tremendous success over the past few years, they would be advised to branch into a wider array of services soon…. Continue Reading »

Cloud-Integrated Storage: ‘Hot Data’ Bottleneck Breakers

Cloud-Integrated Storage: ‘Hot Data’ Bottleneck Breakers

March 5, 2014

New distributed workforce collaboration systems rising in the AEC market are making an end run around crippling latency and bandwidth issues suffered by users sharing work on huge building-information-modeling file sets. They are doing it with hybrid systems of local and cloud servers, along with synchronization schemes that give everyone the speed of working locally,… Continue Reading »

Consumers Lead Rise Of Connected Storage

Consumers Lead Rise Of Connected Storage

February 25, 2014

Connected storage may mean the end to backup and recovery as enterprise systems follow the pattern consumers established with Box and DropBox.  Everything is connecting. Cheap, portable computing combined with the sprawling reach of the Internet is breathing new life into even the most mundane artifacts. Look at Nest, which transformed the thermostat into a… Continue Reading »

Will Andres Rodriguez’ Nasuni Be The Next Big Cloud Storage Company IPO?

Will Andres Rodriguez’ Nasuni Be The Next Big Cloud Storage Company IPO?

February 11, 2014

A Series of Forbes Insights Profiles of Thought Leaders Changing the Business Landscape:  Andres Rodriguez, Founder and CEO, Nasuni… Gartner predicts that Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) will achieve a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 41.3% through 2016, the fastest growing area of public cloud computing the research firm tracks. Global spending on public cloud services is expected… Continue Reading »

Building Fat Startups: Nasuni CEO Andres Rodriguez

Building Fat Startups: Nasuni CEO Andres Rodriguez

January 31, 2014

Andres Rodriguez is a rare Latin American entrepreneur in hard core tech. In this era of ‘lean startups’, Andres has built a couple of ‘fat ones’ and in this interview, we discuss what he has learnt, and what he advises other entrepreneurs wrestling with the need to raise money to fund ‘fat startup concepts’.

The 20 Coolest Cloud Storage Vendors Of The 2014 Cloud 100

The 20 Coolest Cloud Storage Vendors Of The 2014 Cloud 100

January 28, 2014

Nasuni serves distributed enterprises by combining on-premise hardware, cloud storage and an integrated service. The company in early 2014 unveiled what it called the industry’s first cloud-integrated auditing capability for compliance reviews, adding to other recent innovations such as cloud mirroring.

The Thinning Of The Datacenter

The Thinning Of The Datacenter

December 17, 2013

Appliances that link on-premises systems to cloud resources will mean datacenters with less equipment – in smaller facilities. On the eve of the millennium, a shot was fired that barely registered inside the walls of datacenters. Launched in 1999, Salesforce.com would go from being yet another dotcom to reshaping the way businesses buy and deploy… Continue Reading »

Start-up Nasuni Links VMware with Amazon to Create Secure Cloud Storage

Start-up Nasuni Links VMware with Amazon to Create Secure Cloud Storage

November 19, 2013

A storage start-up called Nasuni is unveiling a virtual NAS file server that runs on VMware and connects customers to cloud platforms such as Amazon’s Simple Storage Service, adding encryption to enhance security and several features to improve performance.

Nasuni Targets Primary Storage in the Cloud

Nasuni Targets Primary Storage in the Cloud

November 19, 2013

Cloud storage startup Nasuni entered public beta today, bringing with it a new, but familiar, approach to storing primary data. Instead of competing in the already overpopulated cloud storage-provider market — where offerings generally target backup operations and simple file storage — the Natick, Mass.-based startup sells software that looks and acts like a traditional file system… Continue Reading »

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    Great #pycon! Thanks to @nasuni for sending us! Don't forget, the talks are up at http://t.co/FBbTa5m18h. 1 week ago
  • @YusufsDSBlog
    Nice, :-) : [The State of Cloud Storage in 2013 - Nasuni] http://t.co/gYRFgE2E59 1 week ago
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    Looking to improve storage cost, management, or service delivery? @Nasuni thinks Storage as a Service is the answer #CDMCIO 2 weeks ago
  • @tmlboston
    Why Cloud Fits File Synchronization At Enterprise Scale: http://t.co/FYZPFZ6cf1 @InformationWeek @Nasuni 2 weeks ago