What do you do when you realize that the solution (or solutions) you have in place to manage and protect your data are no longer keeping pace with your needs?
Last week, Commvault was named a February 2020 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Data Center Backup and Recovery Solutions for the third time. This distinction recognizes only the highest-rated vendors and products as evaluated by customers.
During the recent webinar “Who’s Analyzing the Analysis?” Stephan Foskett, Chris Evans and I discussed how analysts’ reports such as the Gartner Quadrant and Forrester Wave are put together and commonly used.
In a recent Commvault webinar, I joined Stephen Foskett and Karen Lopez to debate the value of vendor reports. We looked at how vendor analysis is compiled, how the data is presented and, ultimately, how this content should be viewed in the context of decision-making.
Being in love has been described as having your head in the clouds. At Commvault, we know all about the cloud: it’s where we keep data as safe and secure as you feel when you get a hug from your loved one.
I want to unbox the new Commvault, explore what it’s planning to deliver and give my thoughts on a couple of these new offerings.
If you’re not yet able to automate repetitive tasks, employ automation to mitigate risk, or speed cloud data migration, then it may be time to switch to Commvault.
We’re hosting our inaugural (and complimentary) Commvault Virtual Connections event on Feb. 11-12 to provide you with an exclusive two days of deep digital and storage management expertise.
Astra Daihatsu Motor chose Commvault Complete™ Backup and Recovery to replace its legacy backup products across more than 140 systems on HPE hardware.