Startup Nasuni says it has cracked the problem of storing files directly in the cloud with a software virtual NAS appliance. The Nasuni filer is software that provides a CIFS and NFS gateway interface to files stored in the cloud and looks like a regular network-attached storage (NAS) filer to applications and servers. It comes …
"He reckons this is the first time mid-market end-users can store primary data, as opposed to secondary and backup data, in the cloud. "
What sane end-user would want to?
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