See Nasuni File Services Explained in 90 Seconds

Nasuni in 90 Seconds


Nasuni provides an integrated solution to store, protect, share and access all enterprise files. Powered by UniFS®, the first cloud-native file system, Nasuni transforms enterprise file infrastructure. With unlimited scale, continuous versioning and high-performance distributed file access, Nasuni delivers the complete suite of Enterprise File Services — all at a significantly reduced cost.

See how it works in this 90 second video.

Video Transcript

Storage infrastructure has always meant two things, lots of hardware, and lots of work. And every new office is just one more headache. Managing mish-mash hardware across multiple sites is the kind of soul-sucking tedium that could push IT over the edge.

Now, the logical solution is to outsource your storage, but giving someone else full control of your important information, and letting performance suffer just to go to the cloud, doesn’t seem like a logical solution at all. At the end of the day, you can’t afford to screw this up, and downtime isn’t an option.

Well, what if you could have data storage as a service, keep full control, and local performance? With Nasuni, you can. Using crazy complex technology, Nasuni has figured out how to take on-premise hardware and combine it with the cloud to give you everything you expect from storage infrastructure, except it’s not what you expect. By simply installing a small controller at each site, you get an insanely powerful system delivered on the spot.

Nasuni has figured out how to standardize your storage without IT giving up control. Every user at every office gets the same enterprise class experience. Along with some features you’d never be able to add yourself, like, unlimited backups, infinite scale without adding hardware, and complete disaster recovery in less than 15 minutes. And as part of the deal, our team of super genius engineers constantly monitor everything. Now, downtime is a thing of the past.

So, save yourself some work, stop throwing hardware at the problem, and get better infrastructure as a service, with Nasuni. Learn more at