Nasuni is the modern, pay-as-you-grow file services solution for improving patient outcomes and enhancing care provider productivity.
Nasuni’s “cloud-first” approach to enterprise file services streamlines and consolidates storage management in the cloud, while using on-premises edge appliances to provide fast, secure access to active data. Leading healthcare organizations are using Nasuni to replace the costly, complex silos of legacy NAS, backup software, file archiving, disaster recovery (DR) infrastructure, WAN acceleration, replication, and enterprise file sync and share software (EFSS) with a unified platform
Care providers gain improved access to PACS images and Vendor Neutral Archives (VNA), with no limits on the number of users and images. More patients can be seen with less wait time. Diagnoses are faster and more accurate.
IT reduces costs up to 60% by eliminating legacy NAS arrays, forklift data migrations, and file backup and DR infrastructure. Reliance on replication, WAN optimization and remote access technologies is also reduced.
Leadership increases provider productivity, expands patient services, and takes advantage of cloud economics.
Nasuni presents volumes locally like a standard NAS device, giving your single and multi-PACS repositories and VNAs access to unlimited primary and archive capacity without changing the provider experience. But we don’t stop there. You also get global file access for more efficient workflows. Global file locking for conflict-free file collaboration. Continuous file versioning and unlimited version history for the most advanced recovery points (RPOs) and times (RTOs). And disaster recovery anywhere there’s power and cloud connectivity.
Pick the public or private cloud that makes the most sense for your business. Or, use multiple clouds to meet specific regional requirements. With Nasuni, you’re not locked into the one cloud your key file-generating applications support.
These featured healthcare customers are reaping the benefits of Nasuni. Why don’t you join them?
This Nebraska hospital is expanding PACS cardiology services, mitigating Ransomware, and protecting patient data from tornadoes.
The largest outpatient imaging services provider in central Texas is cost-effectively handling increased image size and images per patient study.