In the spirit of trivia, here are five questions I am often asked about the Commvault HyperScale Appliance and their responses.
With a less publicized, executive order from President Donald Trump, things are happening on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean with regard to personal data.
Let’s take a deeper look at how scale-out backup fundamentally changes the way organizations purchase, deploy, manage and upgrade their backup environment.
Of all the industries and customers Commvault serve, none is more positioned for significant change and growth than the healthcare industry.
If you use the cloud, then your GDPR strategies must include cloud data management. The good news is that these very important elements can be aligned.
At the end of the day, you want software solutions that meets your organization’s data retention and reporting needs.
Microsoft Exchange, are among the last to move to the cloud. See how Commvault Microsoft Office 365 Protection for Service Providers can solve this issue.
By Greg Page You need Scale-out in your backup As George Crump accurately noted in his blog, “Why Backups Break and How to Fix It,” there are many issues in the current backup landscape, including legacy backup applications, fragmentation of tools to support new technology and decentralized management of backup for applications, the cloud, storage […]
“This past month I embarked on an unusual social experiment: I resolved to go without single-use plastic for 30 days.”
George Crump said that snapshots can’t stand on their own as backups and that they need to complement backup to ensure recoverability.
It’s time to peel back the covers and unwrap all the goodies contained in the latest Commvault Service Pack 11 release.
Understanding your unstructured data from a GDPR perspective – what you have, where it is, its content and what its lifecycle should look like.
The Marriott corporation transitioning away from using small bottles of shampoo, conditioner and body lotion — here’s why.
In this blog, Nigel takes a look at what you can do if data breaches do happen, and how to help to reduce the risk in the first place.
Reading George Crump’s recent blog about got me thinking about a number of challenges that backup architectures have historically had.
The time to shift away from the thinking of “it won’t happen to us” to “how do we prepare for when it happens to us” is upon the entire IT community.
What are the requirements for data protection in an IT environment that includes both cloud and on-premises storage?
Many companys have become so enamored with Hyperconverged Infrastructure primary storage & its benefits that they are even using it for data protection.