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  • A New Way to Store, Protect & Access Unlimited File Data A New Way to Store, Protect & Access Unlimited File Data Chris Sledz, Senior Director of Account Management at Nasuni Recorded: Mar 17 2016 40 mins
    Today’s companies are drowning in unstructured data, but the tangled layers of technology used to store, protect, access and manage files lead to a complex, expensive environment. Join us to learn about a new model that combines the value and reach of the cloud with the power of local security and performance. Find out how a single global file management system can eliminate the costly solutions associated with the traditional storage stack and still deliver unlimited scalability, built-in data protection and fast, secure file access to users everywhere – even on mobile devices.
  • Making Distributed Engineering Easy with Cloud NAS Making Distributed Engineering Easy with Cloud NAS Fred Pinkett, Senior Director of Product Management Recorded: Feb 17 2016 45 mins
    Engineering no longer happens in one building. Whether you are building software, hardware or widgets, Engineers and Designers in different locations need access to shared files to collaborate. Unfortunately, this data is growing at an astronomical rate making storing, protecting and providing access to it too costly and complex to sustain. Join this session to learn how Cloud NAS can change the game providing global access and collaboration while saving IT up to 65% on storage costs.
  • Break Up With Your Backup Break Up With Your Backup Fred Pinkett, Sr.Director Product Marketing at Nasuni Recorded: Jan 20 2016 36 mins
    Traditional backup solutions are painfully complex, expensive and prone to failure at the worst possible time. Nasuni Cloud NAS integrates data protection into primary file storage, building a system that eliminates the need for separate backup. Join us to see how Nasuni can help you breakup with your backup and replace it with file storage that integrates data protection that is more cost-effective, easier to manage and far more reliable.
  • Cloud NAS: File Storage with Unlimited Scale, Built-in Protection, Accessible An Cloud NAS: File Storage with Unlimited Scale, Built-in Protection, Accessible An Fred Pinkett, Senior Director of Product Marketing Recorded: Nov 17 2015 47 mins
    File storage is an ever growing costly, complex problem. Files sprawl is out of control forcing organizations to build storage environments with file servers or NAS, backup servers and media, disaster recovery sites, WAN optimization, replication, remote storage, and mobile solutions. Adding insult to injury, these solutions run out of capacity and need expensive upgrades and painful migrations.

    Cloud NAS does away with all of this by providing local NAS controllers which cache active files from a cloud based file system. This maintains the same user experience and performance, adds collaboration and mobile access, while securely eliminating separate backup, DR and remote data access solutions. Learn how cloud enables file storage with unlimited scale that saves company’s 40-60% of their storage costs and eliminates refreshes and migrations forever.
  • Software Defined File Storage with Cloud NAS Software Defined File Storage with Cloud NAS Fred Pinkett Senior Director of Product Marketing Recorded: Sep 17 2015 43 mins
    The growth of unstructured data, especially files, continues unabated and strains enterprise infrastructure. The problem isn't just storage of growing data, but backing it up, making it available with high performance for users in distributed offices and mobile users, while also providing for disaster recovery. These challenges wreak havoc on staff and budgets.

    Software defined storage can make file storage more flexible and responsive and allows management to focus more on the data and less on the underlying hardware. A new approach to NAS takes this one step further combining this concept with cloud storage, while still providing local access, performance and security.

    Learn about this new generation of bottom-less, backup-less NAS that makes files accessible anywhere. Cloud NAS solves the challenges of file data storage, costs less to own and manage, and ends the cycle of NAS hardware refreshes forever
  • Simplify File Storage and Reduce Cost with Cloud NAS Simplify File Storage and Reduce Cost with Cloud NAS Fred Pinkett, Senior Director Product Marketing at Nasuni Recorded: Aug 12 2015 49 mins
    The growth of unstructured data, especially files, continues unabated and strains enterprise infrastructure. The problem isn't just storage of growing data, but backing it up, making it available with high performance for users in distributed offices and for mobile users - all while providing for disaster recovery. These challenges wreak havoc on staff and budgets. It’s time for a new approach to NAS that takes advantage of the cloud, while still providing local access, performance and security.

    Learn about this new generation of bottom-less, backup-less NAS that makes files accessible anywhere. Cloud NAS solves the challenges of file data storage, costs less to own and manage, and ends the cycle of NAS hardware refreshes forever.
  • Innovation in NAS – How Cloud NAS Ends File Storage Pain Innovation in NAS – How Cloud NAS Ends File Storage Pain Fred Pinkett, ‎Senior Director Product Marketing, Nasuni Recorded: Jun 25 2015 46 mins
    The growth of unstructured data, especially files, continues unabated and strains IT resources to the breaking point. It’s not just the storage of that data, but backing it up, providing for disaster recovery and making the data available in distributed offices for collaboration all wreak havoc on staff and budgets. It’s time for an innovative new approach to NAS that takes advantage of the cloud, while still providing local access and performance to users in the home office and remote offices alike, not to mention making files available to mobile users. With backup, DR and central management built-in, Cloud NAS saves time and money by eliminating the need for separate technologies for each of these functions.

    Learn about Cloud NAS - the NAS innovation that solves the challenges of file data storage, protection and access across the enterprise, costs less to own and manage, and ends the cycle of NAS hardware refreshes forever.
  • How to Transform the Data Center with Cloud-based NAS How to Transform the Data Center with Cloud-based NAS Fred Pinkett, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Nasuni Recorded: Apr 21 2015 36 mins
    The growth of unstructured data, especially files, continues unabated and strains datacenter resources. Not just storage of that data, but protecting it, providing for disaster recovery, and making that data available in remote offices for collaboration all wreak havoc on staff and budgets. It’s time for a new approach to NAS that takes advantage of the cloud, while still providing local access and performance in the datacenter.

    Learn about this new generation of NAS that solves the challenges of file data storage, protection and access across the enterprise, costs less to own and manage, and ends the cycle of NAS hardware refreshes forever.
  • Leveraging Cloud Connected Storage for Limitless and Backup-less NAS Leveraging Cloud Connected Storage for Limitless and Backup-less NAS Fred Pinkett, Senior Director of Product Marketing Recorded: Mar 25 2015 39 mins
    The connected device has made our lives more mobile, efficient, flexible and easier to manage. Connected devices and apps help us with everything from fitness to managing our schedules and make music tailored to our current whim accessible and easy to play anywhere. Connected devices for our home such as thermostats, alarms and home automation, make managing our energy use simple and allow us to manage appliances and doors remotely. In the event of a problem they alert us so we can act wherever we are. Finally, the advantages of the connected device are making their way into our IT world.

    The limitations, complexity and fragility of traditional storage are now being supplanted by cloud connected storage. This new model for file (unstructured data) storage combines the scalability, durability, flexibility and mobility of a cloud service with performance and security of a local NAS system. Join us to learn how this new model can empower collaboration across distant locations while making IT's life easier by eliminating costly problems such as backup, DR, distribution and replication associated with the typical storage stack.
  • Connected Storage for the Enterprise: What you need to know Connected Storage for the Enterprise: What you need to know Andres Rodriguez, CEO & Founder, Nasuni Recorded: Dec 16 2014 45 mins
    The connected device is quickly making our lives easier to manage, and more efficient, mobile and flexible. Connected devices and apps help us with everything from fitness to managing our schedules and make music tailored to our current whim accessible and easy to play anywhere. Connected devices for our home including thermostats, alarms and home automation make managing our energy use simple and allow us to check in on our home, manage appliances and even doors remotely. In the event of a problem they alert us so we can act wherever we are. The advantages of the connected device are finally making their way into our IT world. For example, connected network devices provide centralized management, visibility, and control without the cost and complexity of controller appliances or overlay management software.

    The limitations, complexity and fragility of traditional storage are also now being supplanted by connected storage. This new model combines the scalability, durability, flexibility and mobility of a cloud service with performance and security of a local connected storage device. Join us to learn how this new model can empower collaboration across distant locations while making IT's life easier by eliminating many of the costly problems associated with the typical storage stack such as backup, DR, distribution and replication.