Nasuni Corporation, a provider of file data services, has acquired Storage Made Easy (SME), a file data management company that offers remote work and compliance solutions for cloud file storage.
Financial details of the transaction are not being disclosed.
The acquisition of SME is Nasuni’s second transaction within the last two months following a $60 million investment earlier in the year.
“By adding remote work and compliance capabilities to the Nasuni platform through the acquisition of SME, we are giving organizations even more reasons to modernize their file data infrastructures, all while reducing capital and operational costs,” said Paul Flanagan, chief executive officer of Nasuni.
“The combination of SME and Nasuni creates a suite of highly complementary, multi-cloud file data services for our customers and partners,” said Jim Liddle, founder and chief executive officer of SME.
Jim Liddle will join Nasuni as vice president of product, file fabric.
The SME acquisition gives organizations more reasons to adopt the Nasuni File Data Platform for their file storage, backup and ransomware concerns. It leverages object storage from Azure, AWS and Google Cloud to transform legacy file infrastructure with a suite of file data services that enables files to be accessed from anywhere and protected from anything.