Organizations around the world use Panzura’s global cloud file system to modernize data storage, master collaborative file sharing in real-time, become ransomware-resistant, and replace backup and disaster recovery processes, all while reducing costs and increasing productivity.
“As a cloud-based system, Panzura gives us all the associated benefits of scalability and storage. Everything is now smoother and faster – storage, backup, one set of data, and less data overall – and we’ve gained agility across the company.”
Replacing Dell Servers and Nimble SAN arrays with Panzura let this top tier gaming company’s designers work together across the globe, slashing the time for file updates to be visible everywhere from 24 hours, to immediate.
Data integrity, rapid collaboration across sites and cost savings. “In simple terms, we’ve given our teams a better experience, that’s less complex to manage, and actually has a positive impact on our cost base.”
The UK’s leading independent planning and design consultancy’s file system was preventing their team from working effectively together, and managing data was becoming increasingly costly…
Everyone on staff knew if you weren’t based at C&S Companies’ headquarters, you should open a file and take a coffee break. If you were lucky, the file would be ready to use when you got back.
Multiple offices, islands of data as a result of traditional NAS solutions at each office, inability to collaborate across offices and a crashing file server led Timmons Group to look for new technology.
Rapid expansion was incurring significant cost in both equipment and the IT expertise required to deploy it in each new location. Mead & Hunt needed a way to support their business growth while controlling infrastructure costs.
Packers Plus was struggling with the storage capacity of their on-premise infrastructure. With Panzura, they moved to the cloud, reduced their on-premise storage footprint and enabled real time global collaboration.
With hundreds of products involving thousands of media files, and a desire to personalize their customer experience by curating messages and imagery based on machine-learning, goop needed an exceptionally global file system.