Yesterday, Commvault announced the results of a terrific quarter and hosted the financial community at our FutureReady Investor Event.
Cybersecurity is all too often seen in black and white terms. There are black hats (malicious hackers) and white hats (ethical ones).
Metallic and Commvault have demonstrated incredible momentum for the quarter, and we’re proud to welcome these customers to the family.
Commvault is no stranger to helping our customers meet exacting SLAs for business-critical enterprise workloads – all these learnings went into architecting Metallic as an Enterprise SaaS solution right from the beginning. That’s exactly where our unique SaaS Plus flexibility was born.
The agility and innovation at the center of our Metallic portfolio has been critical especially because you – our customers and partners – needed to rethink how you view your IT world.
At Commvault, we’re always thinking about new ways to put our customers first—we were even recently recognized for our first-class Customer Support.
Commvault helps organizations protect and recover data to resume business operations quickly.
Should you use do it yourself tools for enterprise cloud backup? Probably not. You have SLAs to meet. Very specific RTO and RPO goals. Executive demands for reports. You need enterprise data protection.
Discussing topics like diversity, dark data, and skills gaps may seem a non sequitur after headlines proclaiming predictions for 2021. Still, on the 3 Top IT Trends That Will Shape 2021, Stephen, Don, Chris, and I are shine a light on some of the blind spots we think other IT pros missed in their 2021 predictions, and you may find a few of them surprising.
Long story short: in 2021, we’re going back… to the future. What does that mean for your data? It means looking ahead to what is coming next, innovating, and, above all else, expecting the unexpected—that’s one lesson we’re all taking with us from 2020. Check out our top data predictions for 2021 from Commvault experts— are you ready to go back to looking ahead?
During December’s EMEA Commvault Virtual Connections, I was struck by how much it felt like an in-person conference. We had so much great engagement with customers and experts—it was so great to interact with so many people on the hot customer topics of cloud, containers and of course ransomware.