Is versatility is the new #1 requirement for the storage system? Not all data is created equally. Performance, density and reliability are just the starting point as IT managers choose the right storage. Emerging architectures and software layers, virtual environments, demanding applications, energy, rack-space and budget considerations all mean that the storage system must be the right fit. Hardware matters more than ever.
Join Gary Watson, Nexsan Founder and Imation Fellow as he presents changes in the IT industry and the latest concepts in storage that meet the evolving needs for performance, reliability, density and versatility.
RecordedJan 15 201438 mins
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If your organization is embarking on a refresh of your primary storage system this year, this is the one webinar that you will want to attend. IT evaluators that haven't looked at storage in a few years, will be impressed the use of flash to improve performance, while many claim to integrate file (NFS, SMB) and block (iSCSI, Fibre) protocols. These features though are now table stakes for the modern storage solution.
While all of these features are important (and not created equal), IT professionals should demand capabilities that solve today's organizational challenges like eliminating shadow IT, improving multi-site productivity and long term data retention as well as meeting increasingly strict compliance standards. IT professionals should look for not only high performance and universal protocol support but also enterprise file sync and share, inter-data center sync and secure archive with compliance.
Gary Watson, Founder and VP, Technical Engagement & Scott Lowe, ActualTech Media
Learn more about the exciting new Unity hyper-unified storage filer with embedded enterprise file sync & share, multi-site sync, and optional active archive. Lean more about giving employees the mobility they need with the security to protect data and eliminate the Shadow IT risks.
Every day we access our email on multiple devices while we are in the office, at home, or traveling. Why shouldn’t your data that you need to do your job be that easily accessible to you? With Nexsan Unity, you get unified storage plus utilizing a patented private cloud. With Unity you get five ways to securely access your data without VPN. Now you can work anywhere, anytime for any device while IT still maintains the security and privacy of the data.
Gary Watson, Founder and VP, Technical Engagement, Victoria Grey, CMO, Nexsan
Are there workers in your organization that are using Box or Dropbox with or perhaps without IT and company approval? Are you looking the other way because you don’t have a sanctioned way for file sharing and collaboration that will pass the security sniff test?
You need to look at Nexsan Unity.
Nexsan Unity starts as unified storage, but adds a big plus: file sync and share, not only for workers on the LAN, but also mobile users:
- iOS and Android support allows users the ability view, edit, and upload documents from their mobile device
- No VPN required, allowing access from anywhere the user needs
- Easily transfer large files by sending links so you don’t have to worry about email file size limits
- A completely private cloud insures privacy and security
- No data is stored in the cloud as Unity has a peer-to-peer encrypted connection to devices
- All data remains under the control of corporate IT
Listen in and hear Gary Watson, Founder and Chief Evangelist, on our webinar to learn the five ways to provide your users access to their corporate data securely.
Nexsan™ is leading the way in redefining unified storage. The company has been at the forefront in developing world-class storage technologies that are focused on the critical needs of our customers. Nexsan Unity™ is the first enterprise-class unified storage solution to incorporate secure file sync and share in a single platform.
Nexsan Assureon™ delivers secure archive storage for the most compliant of industries and our renowned E-Series is the storage backbone of many data centers around the world due to its high performance, reliable, high density storage.
Established in 1999, Nexsan has more than 11,000 customers worldwide, with over 40,000 systems deployed in over 100 countries through a comprehensive worldwide network of cloud service providers, value-added resellers and solutions integrators.