NATICK, Mass., Sept. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Nasuni®, a provider of Enterprise File Services to distributed organizations, today announced that John Capello, vice president of product strategy, will be speaking at Microsoft Ignite about how the The Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago is successfully using Nasuni and Microsoft Azure to overcome the challenges of explosive file growth.
Together, Nasuni and Microsoft Azure offer customers fast access from anywhere to a global file share of unlimited size, and all files are automatically backed up as often as every five minutes without any impact on performance. Customers can manage the entire file infrastructure from a single pane of glass, including enterprise file sync and share, which is included at no extra cost.
Attendees will learn how joint Nasuni and Azure customers are:
- Solving their data sprawl challenge
- Lowering storage costs
- Managing tiered hybrid storage environments
- Protecting themselves from Ransomware
WHAT: Session Title: "Dive into scenarios and customer success stories with Azure Storage"
WHERE: Microsoft Ignite, Georgia World Congress Center, Rooms C202-C204.
WHEN: Tuesday September 27th from 10:45am-12:00pm
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.
Nasuni is privately held and based in Natick, Mass. For more information, visit www.nasuni.com.
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