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August 7, 2013

Nasuni’s Cloud Mirroring promises enhanced data protection

The company claims that it is the first in the Industry to offer Mirroring to a second cloud

By CBR Staff Writer

Enterprise storage provider, Nasuni has launched the Cloud Mirroring feature which claimed to offer enhanced protection of data in secondary cloud without requiring additional bandwidth or transfers.

Cloud Mirroring creates a copy of user data in the secondary cloud while data remains saved in the primary cloud providing customers with higher availability.

The new feature allows users to focus on managing their data while the company manages the back-end activities, synchronising customer data between clouds.

Nasuni CEO Andres Rodriguez said the functionality is simple to use and adds no additional bandwidth demand.

"Customers have made it clear that there’s no such thing as too much data protection when it comes to cloud storage," Rodriguez said.

Nasuni provides unified storage solution, combining on-premise hardware with cloud storage, which allows users mobile access to their data to remote and branch offices.

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