Companies today of all shapes and sizes especially those with multiple locations, are being overwhelmed with managing their unstructured data. Globally dispersed employees demand global collaboration, file sharing, and high-level performance. Tasked with controlling costs, providing data protection, and accurately predicting capacity requirements, IT departments are finding that traditional device-centric file systems can no longer keep pace with the explosive growth of data.
Join us for a three-part series to learn how cloud solutions are directly solving these problems.
Part 1: Why Your File Infrastructure Will Move to the Cloud by 2025 (20 mins)
In this webinar, we interview Greg Palinckx, former Senior Director of Systems Engineering at NetApp and now VP, Solution Architecture at Nasuni, about how traditional file infrastructure evolved, its strengths and weaknesses, and why moving this infrastructure to the cloud is now inevitable.
Part 2: The Best Way to Modernize Your File Infrastructure (20 mins)
In this webinar, learn why a file services platform is emerging as the best way to modernize your file infrastructure today. Understand the 5 key areas of functionality that are essential to fully migrating your file storage, protection, and data sharing to the cloud.
Part 3: Why Industry Leaders In Media Services, Manufacturing, and Global Infrastructure Are Moving NAS And Windows File Servers To The Cloud (15 mins)
In this webinar, join Nasuni Senior Director of Product Marketing, Anne Blanchard for a look at 3 very different companies in three different industries and how they benefited from migrating their file infrastructure to the cloud.
Sr. Director of Product Marketing
Vice President of Solution Architecture
Vice President of Technical Marketing
File Systems are the time-proven way to store, organize, protect, and share unstructured file data. Unfortunately, traditional file systems can no longer keep pace with the explosive growth of content.
Nasuni UniFS® is the first global file system that lives in cloud object storage.