April 12, 2011
NATICK, Mass., April 12, 2011 -- Nasuni, creator of the storage industry’s leading cloud gateway, will host a free Webinar titled The Deletion Dilemma on Wednesday, April 13 at 2:00 P.M. EDT, in which Stephen Foskett of Gestalt IT and Nasuni CEO Andres Rodriguez will discuss the tricky issue of deleting data within the cloud.
In a traditional enterprise IT environment, best practices call for not deleting a file permanently. Any IT manager who has been in charge of storage infrastructure knows that the accidental deletion of important data is the most common storage problem. When a copy of the deleted file still exists, the accidentally deleted file can be recovered. Nevertheless, keeping copies of deleted files can cost an organization money and may pose other risks, such as legal liabilities.
In this Webinar, storage expert, blogger and editor Stephen Foskett joins Nasuni CEO Andres Rodriguez to discuss the dilemma of deletion as it relates to the cloud. With many companies looking to the cloud to expand their storage infrastructure, simplify storage management and save money, serious questions have arisen around whether cloud storage can offer the tools IT organizations need to handle deletions properly.
During this Webinar, these two celebrated storage experts will share their opinions and explain how Nasuni has solved the issue of data deletion in the cloud.
A one-hour webcast, The Deletion Dilemma
Join Nasuni for this free event and learn how to safely and securely delete data stored in the cloud.
Stephen Foskett is an active participant in the world of enterprise information technology, currently focusing on enterprise storage and cloud computing. He is responsible for Gestalt IT, a community of independent IT thought leaders, and organizes the popular Tech Field Day events. A long-time voice in the storage industry, Stephen has authored numerous articles for industry publications, and is a popular presenter at industry events. His contributions to the enterprise IT community have earned him recognition as both a Microsoft MVP and VMware vExpert.
Andres Rodriguez is the CEO of Nasuni. His previous company, Archivas, developed an enterprise-class cloud storage system and was acquired by Hitachi Data Systems in 2006. After the acquisition, Andres became Hitachi’s CTO of File Services, supporting the worldwide rollout of the Archivas-based Hitachi Content Archive Platform (HCAP).
Wednesday, April 13th
2:00 P.M. EDT (Check Local Time)
After this date, an archived version of the Webinar will be available at the same location.
Nasuni delivers the leading cloud storage gateway that makes storage as a service into a practical business solution. The Nasuni Filer is a virtual NAS file server that runs on a hypervisor and leverages the resources of the cloud to simplify file storage and protection. Targeting the mid-market, Nasuni’s solution eliminates the need for incremental storage hardware and the resulting capital expense to manage unstructured file growth. The company is backed by North Bridge Venture Partners, Sigma Partners and Flybridge Capital Partners. To download the Nasuni Filer, or for more information, visit www.nasuni.com.
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