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.
AFRY is a global Swedish engineering and design company in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. With 16,000 people across 100 countries, they needed a way to consolidate their data and let their global teams collaborate on large scale Revit projects.
With studios across the UK, this multi-disciplinary architecture and design firm needed people to work collaboratively on Revit and other CAD files, but latency between offices was making file operations so slow that this was impractical.
With 200+ hours of HD video shot every week, requiring secure, highly available storage, this elite Australian-based sports organization needed a solution that wouldn’t exceed mandated league spending limits.
This $2 Trillion Wall Street bank was able to replace aging infrastructure by moving to a private cloud, migrate 2,800+ legacy apps to the cloud without rewriting them, and meet stringent security, regulatory and high availability requirements with Panzura.
A leading contractor for the Department of Defense needed a solution that would enable them to move to the Microsoft Azure Government Cloud and collaborate on the same files in real-time, while meeting regulatory compliance requirements.
When oil drilling and production success depends on being able to gather, store, transfer, analyze, and protect enormous volumes of data, as well as access it years later for current analysis, fast, global access to archived data is imperative.
TLC Engineering for Architecture is a dynamic engineering firm with a diversity of talent, expertise, and skill to deliver design projects that span the major markets and around the world.
With over 125 years of continuous operation, HLW is one of the oldest design firms in New York. They started out doing work for Bell Labs when it was actually run by Alexander Graham Bell.
Data consolidation data from multiple locations, cross-site collaboration, and recovery from a ransomware attack in under an hour. That’s Panzura for Woodard and Curran.