When: 27th November 2019, 10am
Where: Online Webinar
Many public sector bodies are already using Microsoft OneDrive to reduce the cost and complexity of storing home directories, but a more significant challenge is how they securely move and store more sensitive corporate data to the Cloud.
Nephos has joined forces with our partners Nasuni, and trusted public sector partner: Microsoft, to host a short educational webinar where we will be discussing how we help leverage your existing Microsoft Azure relationship to
– Reduce the overall cost of storage and backup by up to 60%
– Reduce your overall data footprint by reducing duplicated data
– Consolidate storage and data management platforms
During the session, we will be using real-world examples to introduce some of the concepts that have made our approach so successful, as well as how we help our customers to transform their legacy environments and transition to a new delivery model.
Nephos Technologies is a G-Cloud approved, data focussed, independent systems integrator, specialising in helping our clients transform the way they store, process and protect their data.
Nephos act independently, with our customers best interest at heart. Through our strategic relationships with best of breed technology partners, Nephos facilitates each customer requirement with the most appropriate solution, to make the right choice the easy choice.
Nasuni is the cloud-based platform that enables you to store, protect, synchronize, and collaborate on all your unstructured file data, from actively used to inactive, across all locations. It’s better NAS, at half the cost.
Nasuni Cloud File Services is designed for the “new disk” – private (on-premises) or public cloud object storage. Freed from hardware constraints, you can provision limitless primary or archive capacity in minutes. Retain infinite versions of every file. All of which is done securely with encryption under your control.
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