Feb. 25, 2021 | 1:00 - 2:00 PM EST
Network Attached Storage (NAS) hasn't changed in over 20 years. It's the gold standard for productive and collaborative work within single locations and the technology that's grown to support it is second-to-none. But, you're generating data faster than NAS can cope with and latency means it's painfully slow to work across sites.
So, IT teams create NAS instances near each location. These multiple productive single offices result in fast-growing islands of storage with significant data duplication. Each requires individual backup and DR and none of them allows the enterprise to work as a whole.
Find out how a global cloud file system puts your primary user data at the fingertips of the people who need it, when they need it, by providing a "local" file system experience everywhere, at enterprise scale. And, it's as little as 1/3 the total cost of ownership of traditional NAS, with data durability and ransomware resiliency without data replication.
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