Cloud storage, once a straight-forward commodity, has increased in complexity as companies rely on it more heavily. As cloud computing itself has become the dominant model, cloud storage is now expected to perform tasks ranging from disaster recovery to artificial intelligence pipeline.
To discuss the current state of cloud storage, I spoke with Andres Rodriguez, CTO and founder of Nasuni, an enterprise cloud storage provider. Rodriguez, formerly CTO of The New York Times and for Hatachi, has been on the front lines of cloud storage as long as anyone.
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