We have just concluded the fourth and, in my opinion, one of the best GO events so far. I always really look forward to meeting our customers and partners. With 500-plus partners and more than 1,500 customers, the conference floor in Denver was buzzing with energy.
Less than a month ago, we launched Metallic™ backup and recovery software as a service. From the minds of Commvault, Metallic backup solutions deliver Commvault’s powerful technology with the ease of SaaS.
There were five big cloud data protection trends at Commvault GO 2019, the premier data readiness conference. Check out these five cloud data protection trends from Commvault GO.
Introducing Commvault Go On Demand, a series of recorded presentations representing some of the most popular sessions presented at the conference.
When customers, partners and industry influencers talk about the new Commvault, they are usually quick to point out the new innovations we are bringing to market.
The 11 vendor examination led Denison to Commvault as the clear choice to solve not only its current data management and protection challenges but also to design its future data management.
CommvaultGO was all about getting our customers and partners ready for whatever would come their way. Whether it was learning about where Metallic.io could be leveraged within its global environment or how Commvault Activate could accelerate its compliance initiatives, or what Hedvig advantages could bring to its data strategy, our attendees were there to participate and learn.
Governance was a big topic at this year’s Commvault GO, more so than ever. The evidence was clear: The Commvault Activate booth was constantly busy.
It’s been many years since Bob Hammer and I started this project called Commvault. From the beginning, we never thought of the company as “just a business.”
On Oct. 9 I had the pleasure of taking part in a webinar hosted by Commvault discussing the “Three Imperatives of Holistic Data Management.”
Metallic is bringing Commvault-backed technology to a whole new set of customers, with the sweet spot in companies in the 500-2,500 employee range.
Are you prepared – or ready- to move data out of harm’s way; even when the power isn’t on?
Day Two of Commvault GO 2019 started with a fast-paced keynote session featuring customer champions, data experts and globe-trotting adventurers – all of whom shared their perspectives on ways to be Data Ready.
With all the powerful keynotes, demonstrations and insightful conversations happening at Commvault GO, it’s important for customers to understand the breadth of new innovations in Commvault Complete™ Backup & Recovery.
Commvault wasted no time in showing attendees we are More Than Ready to provide data management solutions that give the innovation, freedom and choice needed to protect, control, manage and use data.
Today we pull back the curtain on Metallic, a new Commvault venture. Metallic operates as a division of Commvault, and together, we’re thrilled to bring you our powerful, enterprise-grade backup and recovery technology through simple SaaS delivery, with a solution that revolves around the customer.
We all know that the very best way to experience #CommvaultGO is in person, with all the networking and interaction opportunities on offer (as well as for the little surprises GO is known to have).
With Commvault GO, our annual customer conference scheduled for Oct 14-16 in Denver, rapidly approaching, I wanted to highlight another of our main sponsors, Amazon Web Services (AWS).
The data center as we know it is disappearing, and forward-thinking organizations are not only embracing this new reality – they are capitalizing on it. Cisco is leading the way in the race to “Data Center Anywhere,” and this is the focus of the message Cisco’s leadership will share at Commvault GO on Oct. 14-16 in Denver.
While Azure is often referred to by Microsoft as “the world’s computer,” organizations around the globe buying into this premise are looking for ways to accelerate and optimize their use of Azure. This means finding the most effective ways to get their data into Azure and gain added business value, while keeping it secure and accessible.