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Louis Abate

Creating the Ideal Customer Experience

By on August 18, 2015

There are so many reasons companies switch from traditional to cloud-integrated storage. Automatic protection, distributed access and cost savings are a few of the main drivers. But enterprises are also looking for simplicity. IS and IT professionals are tired of managing complex storage systems and overseeing migrations to new hardware. They’d prefer to focus on… Continue Reading »

Louis Abate

Customer Story: Mobile, Distributed File Access at Half the Price

By on August 11, 2015

When we talk about global file sharing and how it’s changing enterprise storage, we tend to focus on offices. We often describe the storage ecosystem in terms of locations spread around the country or the globe. In the AEC space, however, there’s also the job site, a temporary location that’s not quite an office, but… Continue Reading »

Louis Abate

Box IPO – The Second Wave of Cloud Storage

By on February 5, 2014

On Friday, Quartz broke the news that Box had secretly filed for an IPO under the JOBS Act, which allows companies with less than $1 billion in annual revenue to submit secret filings. The Wall Street Journal later confirmed the story. If the Box IPO moves forward, the cloud storage and file syncing company would represent the second wave… Continue Reading »

Andres Rodriguez

Nirvanix’s Exit from the Cloud Storage Provider Market

By on September 18, 2013

In an Information Age story this week, Nirvanix’s CEO told employees that the company had “hit the wall” and is now giving customers just two weeks to get their data off the service before it shuts down completely. This is a sudden and impactful move in the market, but not completely unexpected based on our experience…. Continue Reading »

Louis Abate

Making a Decision in a Sea of Storage Vendors

By on September 18, 2013

“A man who wants to lead the orchestra must turn his back on the crowd.”  – Max Lucado I spent a few days in Brooklyn, NY this week attending the Storage Decisions event hosted by Tech Target.  In addition to two days filled with informative sessions, there was a vendor showcase, in which Nasuni participated. … Continue Reading »


Connecting with the Cloud on a Sunny Day

By on April 4, 2013

Some members of the Nasuni team (myself included) are spending a few days on the “other coast” attending Cloud Connect and soaking up some Vitamin D in sunny Santa Clara, CA.  It’s great being out here around so many people talking about the cloud and innovative ways to leverage technology to solve real business problems. … Continue Reading »

Rob Mason

How Does Nasuni Evaluate a Cloud Storage Provider?

By on February 28, 2013

Earlier this month, we introduced our 2013 State of Cloud Storage Report in which we shared some of the metrics and analysis we use when evaluating Cloud Storage  Providers (CSPs). The report caused quite a stir as we announced that Microsoft Azure Blob Storage had replaced Amazon S3 as the top performer in this year’s… Continue Reading »

Louis Abate

How Did the Azure Outage Impact Nasuni?

By on February 25, 2013

On Friday night Azure’s Blob Storage became unavailable for thousands of customers. Service was largely restored within 12 hours, but there was quite a lot of noise on Twitter and blogs from frustrated users. Isn’t cloud storage supposed to be available? Isn’t uptime part of why you pay for the cloud? Cloud storage outages occur… Continue Reading »

Andres Rodriguez

High Speed Chase – Hard Drives are Heading to the Cloud

By on January 10, 2013

Amazon deployed more storage capacity last year than any other single storage company. Conservative estimates put Amazon at close to an exabyte of data under management.  AWS S3 is not only the largest single storage system ever deployed, its capacity dwarfs the shipping capacity of any one of the traditional storage companies: EMC, NetApp, HDS,… Continue Reading »

Rob Mason

The Emerging Objects Versus Files Debate

By on May 8, 2012

A few weeks ago I spent an hour with a new analyst to the storage space over at TechTarget and one of the topics we covered was object versus file based storage systems. Wikipedia has a workable definition of object based storage: An Object-based Storage Device (OSD) is a computer storage device, similar to disk… Continue Reading »

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