HyperFS in action
Scale Logic says it envisions NAB as a chance to listen and learn from its clients and prospects.
“NAB is a premier showcase for technology, so our ‘listen first’ approach may seem counter intuitive to some,” says Robert Herzan, president, and CEO. “However, it’s completely in keeping with our consultative, no-pressure approach to our clients’ business needs. Many solution providers talk a good game, but we deliver versatility, an end-to-end platform, and scalability that is unmatched in the industry.”
Scale Logic claims its extended warranty options are among the best available, and gives the company “a distinct advantage” according to Herzan. Among its products is the HyperFS file system management for SAN and NAS.
“By listening, consulting, deploying and supporting the needs of clients and prospects, the Scale Logic team can give attendees an honest and unvarnished assessment of their SAN, NAS, Scale-Out NAS, backup, archive, disaster recovery and extended service needs without a high-pressure sales pitch,” he says,
“These aren’t just marketing buzzwords to us,” Herzan adds. “These are the defining principles that guide our entire organization and its client relationships. We want to ensure organizations position themselves for ongoing data asset management, growth and support excellence, while ensuring that their data infrastructures are scalable, foolproof and future-proof for the long term. We’re not looking to sell a one-and-done product, we endeavor to create a relationship.”
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