Nasuni CloudBound22: How to Become a File Data Cloud Expert in 2 DaysSeptember 21, 2022 | David Grant
In two weeks Nasuni will be hosting Nasuni CloudBound22, our third annual event, and the timing really couldn’t be any better. We’re constantly having conversations with IT leaders who’ve learned the hard way that managing and relying on aging, on-prem file storage and backup infrastructure is no longer a viable strategy. These legacy systems cannot keep pace with the need to support hybrid work or the rising threat of ransomware. We tailored Nasuni CloudBound22 to help IT leaders figure out what to do next.
Our goal is to provide the best content from our customers, industry analysts and technical experts to give you the knowledge you need to build your own file data cloud, whether you’re working within a regional business, a government office, or a massive multi-national company. This is an information-packed, insider event that you simply do not want to miss. Register for free today, absorb the content, and use that knowledge to transform your organization’s file data infrastructure for the better.
IT Leaders & Industry Experts
How enterprises manage data storage and data protection has been changing for years. The shift to hybrid work models, the prevalence of ransomware, and the increasing need for cyber-resilience have only accelerated the need for a non-traditional approach. The world has shifted to cloud services across most IT workloads, it is time for this to happen in storage and backup. For this year’s Nasuni CloudBound event, we tailored our content and curated the list of speakers to address these and other hot topics in the file data services space.
A few of the highlights include:
- Insightful keynotes from experts at Microsoft and AWS
- Customer deep dives with the IT leaders at companies in a variety of industries, including AEC, energy, financial services, and others.
- Analysts and strategists from ESG, Evaluator Group, ActualTech Media, and DCIG will share unbiased industry expertise.
We’re also looking forward to the discussion between industry expert Chris Mellor of Blocks & Files, Jim Liddle, Vice President of Product at Nasuni, and the founder of our recent acquisition, SME, plus our own Andres Rodriguez, who foresaw many of these changes a dozen years ago when he started Nasuni.
I’m only scratching the surface in terms of all the great content. Take a look at the agenda and lineup here and you’ll see the range of topics the event will address, including how to battle ransomware, why hybrid multi-cloud functionality is a must, the challenges of remote and hybrid work, and so much more.
File Data Services Momentum
This is a tremendously exciting time to be in the file data services space and it has been a record-breaking year for Nasuni. This momentum is a reflection of how focused we are on helping our customers deliver and secure their data. IT leaders are recognizing that this new world of work demands a new way to store, protect, and extend access to their files, and the Nasuni File Data Platform is increasingly the solution of choice. Our revenue has grown by 8X in the past five years. We’re delivering our services to over 700 customers from over 14,000 locations worldwide.
Yet Nasuni CloudBound22 isn’t just about Nasuni. I want to thank our sponsors and partners in cloud, Microsoft and AWS, along with all the fantastic participants. Our first two Nasuni CloudBound events were a huge success, but I think this one will be the best of all and hope that it equips you with the knowledge you need to build your own file data cloud.
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