December 2018

December 2018

By Chris Powell Today is “Answer the Phone Like Buddy the Elf Day” (yes, it’s a thing). So, instead of asking, “What’s your favorite color?” maybe Buddy should the answer the phone with: “Buddy the Elf, what’s your favorite data management issue? as passing through the seven levels of the Candy Cane forest, through the […]

By Nigel Tozer 1. Data Breaches Following hot on the heels of 2017, it was a case of “another day, another data breach” in 2018. Before the first week of January was over, 1.1 billion Indian citizens had their details compromised via the Aadhaar system, and on from there, Equifax, Facebook, Under Armour, Strava, Uber, […]

By Don Foster Technology skill sets and time gaps will stall digital transformation: Organizations that continue to leverage traditional methods to meet new modern and transformative needs of the changing digital business will run into major obstacles in 2019. Comprehensive IT skill sets that traverse the traditional IT and the new Hybrid IT will become more […]

By Chris Powell Dec. 11 (today!) is National App Day. The App – short for Software Application – has infiltrated our daily lives in ways no one would have expected when Apple introduced OS 2.0 in 2008. Ten years ago, there were approximately 500 apps and allowed third-party app generation. Today? More than two million […]

By John Stockard Commvault Systems is proud to announce support for Amazon S3 Intelligent-Tiering, a new Amazon S3 storage class recently released at AWS re:Invent 2018 in Las Vegas.  With Amazon S3 Intelligent-Tiering and the Commvault software, customers can continue to write backup data directly to an Amazon S3 bucket AND now have the ability to automatically […]

By Phil Wandrei For me, there is nothing that compares to the direct interaction and great conversations with our customers, partners and industry analysts at Commvault GO 2018.  In case you missed it, relive the best of GO 2018. The discussions, feedback and exchange of ideas provide invaluable insight into their challenges and successes. I can […]

By Jeanna James It’s hard to believe that just a couple of weeks ago, I was feeding 20 people Thanksgiving turkey, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes and pecan pie.  After so much to be thankful for with family and friends, I hopped on a plane to Las Vegas and found myself with 55,000 fellow […]