Whether companies like it or not, individuals within their organizations over the last few decades have adopted the technologies that they need in order to more effectively do their jobs. One such adoption has been the use of public file sync-n-share technologies that put data – and the control of it – outside of the purview of corporate IT. In this third and final installment in my interview series with Nexsan’s CEO Robert Fernander, he explains how Nexsan’s UNITY empowers organizations to bring this part of the world of shadow IT back under corporate control.
It was just a couple of months ago that I became aware that enterprise file sync-and-share capabilities were available for the first time behind corporate file walls with the introduction of Nexsan’s UNITY product. While at the time I could not find another storage system that offered similar capabilities, that all changed this week when HGST, a subsidiary of Western Digital, announced that it had partnered with CTERA, to offer a competitive product in the private enterprise file sync-and-share space.
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