Profile of Andres RodriguezCEO, Nasuni
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Andres Rodriguez is CEO of Nasuni, a supplier of enterprise storage using on-premises hardware and cloud services, accessed via an appliance. He previously co-founded Archivas, a company that developed an enterprise-class cloud storage system and was acquired by Hitachi Data Systems in 2006. After the acquisition, he served as Hitachi's CTO of Files Services. Prior to founding Archivas, Rodriguez was CTO of The New York Times. He received a Bachelor of Science in engineering and a Master's in physics from Boston University. He holds several patents for system designs.
Articles by Andres Rodriguez
Files stored both on-premises and in the cloud require one cohesive file management system. This is contrary to what most organizations are using, and IT is stuck in the middle.
As the amount of data in files grows, more and more will find their way in a great migration to cloud storage.
Network Attached Storage has come a long way from its humble beginnings as a file-storage tool. Now, a new generation of NAS systems is needed in the cloud to meet enterprise demands.
A single, global file management system turns data center-centric thinking inside out. It grants ease of access around the world but keeps control centralized.
Having multiple copies of data to satisfy users and security concerns is costing companies time and money to maintain. The solution is the cloud.
Tackling the data explosion requires bold new thinking and the abandonment of tried and tired methodologies.
Connected storage may mean the end to backup and recovery as enterprise systems follow the pattern consumers established with Box and Dropbox.