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Louis Abate

A Blessing and a Curse: How 3D Laser Scanning is Overwhelming AEC Storage Infrastructure

By on August 18, 2016

This is the third installment in our series, The Unstructured Data Explosion, which explores how new technologies are creating file growth challenges within today’s leading businesses and industries. Before the use of 3D laser scanning, architects and engineers tasked with renovating or adding to an existing building or industrial facility had to break out the pencil… Continue Reading »

Louis Abate

How the Internet of Things Creates an Unstructured Data Challenge

By on August 11, 2016

This post is the second installment in our new series, The Unstructured Data Explosion, which will detail the new file growth challenges facing today’s leading businesses and industries. The rise of the Internet of Things, or IoT, is typically talked about in terms of how it will impact the average person. As more machines and… Continue Reading »

Louis Abate

How Massive Growth in Image Resolution is a Blessing and a Curse for Organizations

By on August 4, 2016

Over the past few years, different labels have been attached to the trend. The Data Deluge. Unstructured Data Growth. File Sprawl. But it’s the same basic pattern at work. Files are growing in size and volume and they’re placing tremendous stress on enterprises that rely on traditional storage infrastructure. This post is the first installment… Continue Reading »

Fred Pinkett

Why the Windmill Defense Does Not Protect Against Ransomware Attacks

By on August 1, 2016

One of the great things about working for a growing company is that you have to earn every customer. Our sales team does not have the luxury of walking into a conference room, flashing the logo of a long-established brand on the screen, and instantly enjoying a head start. This is a challenge on many… Continue Reading »

Louis Abate

Infographic: The Evolution of File Storage

By on July 27, 2016

The difficulty of storing, protecting and managing files is not a new phenomenon. Companies have been struggling with files since the days of paper and punch cards, and the history of file storage technology is all about the efforts to simplify the process. Our new infographic, The Evolution of File Storage, charts this occasionally painful… Continue Reading »

Fred Pinkett

Creating a Complex Mesh in Your File Store

By on July 14, 2016

Global File Systems use two basic architectures to leverage the cloud and provide file access across multiple locations. One is a hub-and-spoke model with the cloud as the hub. In this case, every location and mobile device becomes an endpoint connecting directly to that hub, and all communication between devices and offices happens through the… Continue Reading »

Fred Pinkett

Latency in Global Lock Servers

By on July 7, 2016

The file storage world has long been dominated by large, expensive devices tuned to serving files locally. This hardware was not built to expand access to files to multiple offices or mobile devices. But today’s end users need to be able to access files from any location and on any device, and they need to… Continue Reading »

Louis Abate

The Pros and Cons of Cloud Storage

By on June 29, 2016

A recent Infostor article discussing the pros and cons of enterprise cloud storage hits on some very important points. I’m not going to argue against a single one of them. There can be drawbacks to storing your files in a public cloud. For many companies, though, the positives far outweigh the negatives. These businesses are willing to… Continue Reading »

Louis Abate

Engineering Firm Improves Collaboration and Protection by Switching to Nasuni

By on June 23, 2016

This is the kind of story we hear from companies all the time. Files are growing out of control. End users are struggling to collaborate across offices. The traditional storage hardware the enterprise has come to rely on creates more problems than it solves. One of our clients, Manhard Consulting Group, a leading civil engineering… Continue Reading »

Fred Pinkett

The 4 Dirty Secrets of Enterprise File Sync and Share

By on June 15, 2016

At a high level, enterprise file sync and share appears to be the perfect solution for the modern business. End users rarely sit in one place anymore. They work at home, on the road, in coffee shops. Teams are not static or centrally located, but made up of designers, engineers and creatives based in different… Continue Reading »

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