Honoring Remembrance and Veterans Day 

Here at Commvault, we continue to honor the sacrifices made by Veterans and their families and remain humbled and honored by their selflessness and courage.

Here at Commvault, we continue to honor the sacrifices made by Veterans and their families and remain humbled and honored by their selflessness and courage.

Today, November 11th is both Veterans Day and Remembrance Day. Both memorial days are tied to Armistice Day – which marked the end of World War I – and honor both living and lost Veterans who have served the country.

We are fortunate to have many Veterans amongst us in our global Commvault community. As a Veteran myself, our shared experiences in service have placed a high value on teamwork and informed and inspiring leadership, and we draw on these values as we share traditions, memories, and build new relationships. The disciplines acquired during our time in service similarly assist our front-line Customer Support, Sales, and Sales Engineering teams, guided by collaboration, innovation, and a drive to go the extra mile as we help our customers and partners protect their data.

Our VALOR (Veterans) Employee Resource Group (ERG) recently hosted an Honor Hour, our virtual event to celebrate both Veterans Day and Remembrance Day. We were joined by a special guest, Tommy Jones, Head of Military and Emerging Talent Recruitment Programs at Verizon. Tommy is a decorated Veteran with specialized experience in the U.S. Army, and he shared his story about the transition from his military service to his professional career. Caring for our wellbeing continues to be a top priority for us at Commvault, so it was important for us to talk about the importance of mental health amongst our Veterans and how we can best support each other as we continue to cultivate a culture where it is honorable to ask for help.

During the event, we also introduced our Commvault Military Challenge Coins, an initiative to help further recognize and show our appreciation for our Vaulter Veterans who sit across all our business functions. These Commvault-branded coins are meant to resemble the military’s challenge coin tradition, symbolizing commitment, a higher purpose, and a mark of honor.

Seeing all the incredible support across our company makes me so proud to be a part of Commvault. Thank you to our Veterans and their families for the sacrifice you have made to keep us all free and safe.

I encourage you to take a moment today to reflect and show gratitude for all those who have served their country, not just in the U.S. but across the world as well. 

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