Tanium CRO and Former Head of NetApp Sales Brings Formidable Expertise in Enterprise Infrastructure, Cloud and Security to Nasuni’s Rapid Growth
Nasuni Corporation, a leading provider of cloud file storage, today announced the appointment of Thomas Stanley to its Board of Directors. A 30-year tech industry veteran, Thomas brings to the Board proven strategic insight for driving sales and revenue while Nasuni capitalises on record demand for its cloud file storage platform.
Thomas is Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) for cybersecurity leader Tanium, where he oversees revenue operations including worldwide and partner sales, marketing, alliances, customer success and sales operations. Previously, he was NetApp’s SVP and general manager, across North America, South America and the U.S. public sector. During his 13 years with NetApp, Thomas helped shape the company’s business and go-to-market strategy along with scaling the company’s revenues from $2 billion to $6 billion. He has also been recognised as an influential Channel Chief by CRN and held executive posts at SGI and IBM.
“I am excited to join Nasuni’s Board of Directors at this unique point in the company’s journey,” said Thomas. “I’ve been watching Nasuni for a while, and what they have accomplished is extraordinary, especially being able to transform traditional file storage systems to a new cloud service model. The company is enabling greater agility, security and cost efficiency, which is critical for competing. I look forward to helping them sustain and build upon their ongoing success.”
“We are thrilled to add Thomas to our Board of Directors as he brings extensive expertise and a long track record of success in areas that are highly relevant to our business,” said Paul Flanagan, Chief Executive Officer of Nasuni. “He will play a key role in helping guide Nasuni in the next phase of our growth as we continue to disrupt the file storage and data management market with a cloud approach.”
Thomas joins Nasuni’s Board as the company continues to bring new and innovative file storage capabilities to market. Most recently, Nasuni announced a Rapid Ransomware Recovery offering, which provides customers with a simple way to backup and recover their file data. It allows customers to recover files rapidly following a disaster, like a ransomware attack, enabling organisations to restore more than a million files in less than a minute.
Trusted by many of the largest companies, Nasuni enables enterprises to modernise file storage infrastructure with a cloud-based approach, seamlessly navigating their entire journey from NAS (network attached storage) consolidation to better workforce productivity. Nasuni’s growth reflects its customers’ needs to simplify how critical file data is stored, protected and recovered, while empowering users to share and collaborate on files across multiple sites and geographies with maximum performance and reliability.
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