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NATICK, MA – August 16, 2016 – /BackupReview.info/ — Nasuni®, a provider of Enterprise File Services to distributed organizations, today announced that secure and scalable enterprise file sync and share (EFSS) capabilities are now included in its integrated file services solution – Nasuni File Services. Nasuni’s newly released apps for iOS, Android, OS X and Windows are part of a complete suite of applications that give corporate users access to their files from any device or location. With Nasuni’s TB-based pricing, customers can deploy these apps to an unlimited number of devices and desktops.
Powered by UniFS®, the world’s first cloud-native file system, Nasuni File Services provide enterprise IT with a solution to the file capacity, access, management and data protection problems caused by the exponential growth of enterprise file data. End users can access files from anywhere in the world via their desktop, laptop or mobile devices, and all data is automatically backed up as often as every five minutes. IT can manage all files, volumes and edge appliances from a single console, and all data is secured using strong encryption. Unlike EFSS solutions that provide just in-cloud storage, with Nasuni, only the customer controls the encryption keys; Nasuni never has access to customer data. And customers get all of this functionality at a fraction of the cost of legacy systems.
With Nasuni, enterprise customers can securely share external links to files with people outside of the organization, all while IT retains full control over access, including the ability to audit and expire links. Plus, unlike stand-alone EFSS systems, Nasuni File Services do not create a parallel infrastructure that requires management. Instead, enterprise IT can manage all externally shared files from within the Nasuni Management Console. The Web portal, iOS and Android user interfaces have a consumer-focused design, and enterprise IT can easily rebrand the Web portal with their own organizational logos and color schemes.
“We spent a great deal of time considering the design of the UI for our enterprise file sync and share Web portal, and for the iOS and Android apps,” said Andres Rodriguez, CEO of Nasuni. “Ultimately, we decided that the consumer-oriented EFSS companies have done it right, so we followed the model that they have set. The end result is EFSS functionality that meets the expectations end users have set based on their experiences as consumers, with the enterprise-grade security and unified management that IT requires.”
Large Architectural Firm Shares Files Securely, On Any Device, With EFSS
Enterprise customers can securely share external links to files with people outside of the organization, all while IT retains full control over access, including the ability to audit and expire links.
“With Nasuni’s new EFSS capabilities, Nasuni has given us a better option for sharing files with our customers and partners,” said Stephen Held, CIO of Leo A Daly. “We can securely share files without the complexities of managing separate systems that create copies of our corporate files and spawn new version histories and audit trails. And with the ability to deploy to an unlimited number of devices, we can scale how we share and access files without increasing our costs”
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