Hi, if you pick Nasuni, you'll be benefiting from many services for a good price. Well, it's a personalized price you get after an agreement with the company but in my organization's case, it is a good one. Anyway, so there's the feature for cloud modernization, NAS and file server consolidation, recovery and backup of files, as well as disaster recovery and ransomware mitigation. You can see they're really paying attention to their customers’ files in the cloud! Then there's also the option for global file sharing and collaboration and lastly remote work and cloud VDI. As you can see, lots of functions, serving various cloud storage needs.
In my opinion, by paying for Nasuni, you'll be getting pretty much all you need that's otherwise provided by various vendors in the sector. You can easily check out all of their features on their website, as they describe it very well there. Their customer support is also quite reliable, as any time I and my company have had any questions, we've used their customer service with a good result. They give you diverse features, finding solutions for any issues you may have with cloud storage or potentially preventing such issues. I think they're very good at what they're doing but to really find out more about their services, you can ask for a demo and see what they can offer you.
Based on the experience of my organization, Nasuni is definitely worth the money, since it gives you an all-in-one solution where you'd usually need several programs. About the cost, there isn't a listed price per service online because it's a personalized offer. The licensing value is negotiated and every year billed per terabyte. That's why each client will have their own pricing which depends on what you and Nasumi agree on. The thing I find best about it is that there are no hidden fees - you pay what you've agreed on and you get all the add-ons, additional features, and everything included in this price.
In my case, Nasuni is fairly priced, but you may feel differently. That could happen because they don't have fixed prices, they offer individual offers for their packages. After you request a demo you can get a better idea of what you'll be paying for and then actually sign up for it if it looks like a good deal to you. In my experience, that's the most fair way of determining a service's price. Otherwise, you may be paying a lot but not using its full capacity or features, and what's the point? I think among cloud storage solutions, Nasuni definitely stands out and offers good things for its price.