Louis Abate

Nasuni Named a Network World 2017 “Fave Rave” by IT Pros

By on May 12, 2017

It’s that time of the year again, when tech pros let their voices be heard and vote for their favorite IT products and services. The Network World “Fave Raves” feature has been in print for over a decade now and it’s always interesting to see what the hot new products are based on actual submissions… Continue Reading »

Louis Abate

Nasuni Expansion in the News

By on April 27, 2017

Last week, we announced Nasuni, like our cloud file system, is scaling up, with another record quarter, additions to our leadership team, a new headquarters in downtown Boston, and a major customer deployment. The news didn’t go unnoticed by the media. Here is what the press had to say about Nasuni’s continued momentum.   Boston Business… Continue Reading »

Andres Rodriguez

Like Our Cloud-Native File System, Nasuni is Scaling Up

By on April 18, 2017

Back in February, we announced fiscal 2016 was Nasuni’s best year yet for financial results. Today we announced more great news that shows our momentum is continuing, and we’re scaling up to meet growing demand for our technology: Our fiscal Q1 just ended in March was our best bookings quarter ever. We’ve added some incredibly… Continue Reading »

Dezie Okpoebo

BostInno Selects Nasuni as 2017 Tech Madness Finalist

By on February 23, 2017

The hardwood version of March Madness is just a few weeks away, but on the Boston Innovation scene we’re excited about the return of Tech Madness. This is the fourth annual contest featuring the most promising tech companies in the area, and Nasuni has been selected as one of the finalists. Over the next month,… Continue Reading »

Joe Gately

12 PBs of File Data and Growing: Key Takeaways from the 5th Annual Nasuni Customer Summit

By on October 20, 2016

It wasn’t just the unexpected summer days in Boston last week that made our 5th annual Summit a huge success. A mix of new clients, longstanding customers and prospects got together with Nasuni engineers and executives to learn more about the future of Enterprise File Services, preview the key features coming in our next major… Continue Reading »

Aisha Robinson

2016 Nasuni Summit Offers Inside Look at the Future of Enterprise File Services

By on October 6, 2016

On October 13th we’ll be hosting the 5th annual Nasuni Customer Summit in the heart of Boston’s Innovation District, at the Seaport Hotel. This is a great chance for Nasuni clients to participate in technology roadmap discussions, interact with key Nasuni executives and engage leading IT professionals from other firms to find out how they’re addressing… Continue Reading »

Joe Gately

How to Prevent Costly, Unplanned Storage Box Purchases

By on October 3, 2016

Every week, I hear the same complaint from storage customers. They’re sick and tired of playing what they call the storage vendor box-swap game. The way this works is simple. A storage hardware vendor – NetApp, EMC, HDS, Name-Your-Box – sells you a storage array with a five-year lifespan. You plan your budget assuming you won’t… Continue Reading »

Louis Abate

Vote for Nasuni in the 2016 BostInno Tech Madness Bracket

By on March 14, 2016

The finalists for the 2016 BostInno Tech Madness showdown were just announced, and Nasuni has been picked as one of the most exciting tech companies in the area. The mix of contestants includes everything from angel-funded startups to publicly traded Goliaths. Tech Madness works a little like the NCAA Tournament, with 64 teams spread through… Continue Reading »

Louis Abate

Is Nasuni Expensive? The True Cost Of Unstructured Data

By on March 1, 2016

The cost of storing unstructured data using traditional systems has been rising for years. This is one of the reasons Nasuni was founded in the first place – to deliver a cost-effective solution for enterprise file growth. And that, in turn, is why it’s frustrating to spot the occasional comment on a message board or… Continue Reading »

Fred Pinkett

Sharing Structured and Unstructured Data in the Cloud

By on January 27, 2016

All data is built from the same fundamental components, the 512-byte chunks of raw storage known as blocks. Before launching Nasuni, our founders engaged in an extended debate over whether to build an enterprise storage system that caches blocks locally and stores them to the cloud or one that focuses on higher-level files and other… Continue Reading »

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