2015 SIIA Software CODiE Award: Best Cloud Infrastructure

August 6, 2015

The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), the principal trade association for the software and digital content industries, announced Nasuni’s win for the 2015 CODiE Award for Best Cloud Infrastructure. An SIIA CODiE Award win is an especially prestigious honor as each award winner was reviewed by a field of industry experts whose evaluations determined the award finalists. SIIA members then reviewed the finalists and their votes were combined with the scores from the industry experts to select this year’s 28 CODiE Awards Winners.

Nasuni’s Cloud NAS service combines on-premises hardware, which acts as intelligent, high-performance access points, with cloud storage controlled by Nasuni’s patented UniFS cloud file system. As a result, Nasuni delivers a secure Cloud NAS solution that provides fast access to a corporate file share for users, simple and centralized management for IT, and an easily scalable, complete storage service for the distributed enterprise. Backup is automatic and can take place as often as every five minutes with no disruption to end-users.

“Winning the CODiE for Best Cloud Infrastructure validates what our customers have been telling us: Nasuni is the future of NAS,” said Andres Rodriguez, CEO of Nasuni. “CIOs are facing enormous pressure to cut costs while simultaneously improving performance and expanding access to data. It’s a very high bar to reach, but with Nasuni, CIOs are discovering that they can not only deliver on these expectations, but can also exceed them.”

“SIIA’s 2015 Software CODiE Award winners are some of the most innovative, high-impact software products in the market,” said Rhianna Collier, VP & General Manager for the Software & Services Division at SIIA. “We congratulate all of this year’s CODiE Award winners, and thank them for the contributions they have made to the software industry.”

Details about the winning products can be found at http://www.siia.net/codies/2015/winners.asp

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