Fortune Magazine: To rethink data management, it takes a digital content strategist

Fortune: Rethinking data management needs a digital content strategist

February 9, 2015


How can a company allow itself easy access to key files but preserve critical data for disaster recovery? With a hybrid approach, according to Nasuni co-founder Andres Rodriguez.

Andres Rodriguez experienced firsthand the pains of data archiving and content preservation as CTO of the New York Times during the dot-com era. Since then, he has dedicated two startups to finding a better way.

The first, Archivas (acquired by Hitachi Data Systems in 2006) was a pioneer in cloud storage and backup. His latest venture, Nasuni in Natick, Mass., addresses a more specific problem—how to provide companies with near-real-time access to key files, while preserving mission-critical data for disaster-recovery purposes. Backup isn’t an afterthought, it just happens. So far, it has raised $53 million; its most recent financing came in the form of a $10 million extension to its Series C round back in August 2014.

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