Re-energize, Revitalize, and Revolutionize are the three themes of this year’s Gartner Infrastructure, Operations & Cloud Strategies Conference in Las Vegas, December 8-12, and Nasuni is helping attendees find just what they are looking for. At the Nasuni booth, theater and solution provider presentations, we will be showing attendees that replacing their traditional NAS file infrastructure with a modern Nasuni platform frees up their IT staffs to focus on new initiatives and revolutionize how they deal with constantly changing organizational demands.
We know from hundreds of enterprise customers that file infrastructure exerts a tremendous amount of drag on an IT teams just to maintain. Tape backups, nightmare file restores, inconsistent data protection, maintenance contracts, and never-ending refreshes consume time, talent and energy every day. And, paradoxically, because these solutions are so time consuming and complex to administer, they rarely are the first target for a company’s move to the cloud.
But once companies embark on a project to move their file infrastructure to Nasuni, the effect is transformative. File backup goes away, capacity planning goes away, and a host of other tedious repetitive tasks are off IT’s to do list. Customers tell us that as a result, their ability to focus on strategic projects goes up, along with end user satisfaction, and flexibility to adapt to new demands. By adopting a “revolutionary approach”, infrastructure teams are also re-energized and revitalized.
At the Gartner IOCS Conference we’ll be bringing our customers’ energy and powerful stories to infrastructure leaders who are looking for ways to re-focus their efforts and become more agile, while still delivering day-to-day operational excellence. If you’re going, please stop by our booth – you can even schedule a meeting in advance us at a time that works best for you. Better yet, attend our theater session or solution provider session. We look forward to seeing you there!
Not attending the conference? Request a demo for a briefing on Nasuni and how it can modernize your file infrastructure now.