As a former CIO turned CEO, I can’t help but be excited about the rapidly shifting technology landscape. For years, IT leaders have tried everything to compress and minimize the cost, footprint and complexity of managing the ever-increasing deluge of data. I know, I was one of them.
Make no mistake: the recent announcement of the Hedvig acquisition is going to profoundly affect how Commvault moves forward as a company and as a platform.
There has been a significant increase in the number of ransomware attacks and payments by organizations in 2019. Businesses of all types have been adversely affected by ransomware crippling productivity and consumer confidence. Technology leaders have now begun to plan for ransomware attacks, understanding that a paradigm shift from “If we get hit by ransomware” to “When we get hit by ransomware” is required.
If happiness is a warm puppy, move over Disney World: the happiest place on Earth this week is Commvault’s Data Therapy Dog Park at VMworld in San Francisco!
As Microsoft enters General Availability of its new Microsoft Azure Ultra Disk offering, Commvault is once again proud to show off our engineering collaboration with Microsoft. The new high performing disk is focused on heavy I/O intensive workloads such as SQL, SAP, SAP/HANA and Oracle.
As the Commvault relationship owner at NetApp, I was delighted to be asked to guest blog the second of this series, kicked off by Nigel Tozer in his blog about NetApp’s “across every cloud” message.
Based on a quick search at urban dictionary, we were able to defy an extremely popular expression in the first quarter by having our proverbial cake and eating it too (because, clearly, you can only have it so good and can’t have it all, as the definition goes on to explain).
By Chris Powell At Commvault, we believe there are no greater champions than our customers. They look after the data others use and are a proud group defending it. In that spirit, Commvault launched our Customer Champions Program to showcase, celebrate and powerfully connect our customers. The Commvault Customer Champions Program provides the benefit of camaraderie among […]
By Nigel Tozer In my 12-year tenure at Commvault, NetApp has been an ever-present technology partner, with integration deepening as both companies have expanded our respective value propositions around data. An alliance with NetApp makes perfect sense for both parties: we have complementary portfolios, a shared channel and pretty much the same list of major […]
By Keith Townsend With challenges such as integrating Kubernetes, serverless architectures and continuous integration/continuous development (CI/CD) into current operations, why is backup a CTO-level consideration? If your existing data protection company focuses only on backup and recovery, you are doing your organization a disservice. Today’s data protection landscape goes far beyond backup and recovery. Enterprise […]
By Luis Marini In an age in which we stay connected at the touch of a button (#IoTlife), practicing sustainability is not only important but pretty fun. Let’s start with where I spend most of my time: home and work. Home, sweet smart home. On Dec. 18, 2017, I began my smart home journey by ordering my Echo (thank you […]
By Penny Gralewski How do you provide Office 365 backup and recovery today? If your answer is “I’m not sure,” check out these five tips. The reality is that you are responsible for backup and recovery of your Office 365 implementation. Microsoft Office 365 delivers a secure, highly-available service for enterprise productivity. Commvault enhances your Office 365 […]
Should You Go Plastic Free Or Be A Plastic Pragmatist Instead? By Nigel Tozer Imagine weighing every person on the planet – all 7.7 billion of us. Now imagine this: the total weight of everyone alive is how much plastic we produce annually, on a global basis1. Little wonder that seemingly overnight plastic has become […]
Meet Commvault At Microsoft Inspire By Randy De Meno I’m excited to be heading to Microsoft Inspire – being held July 14-18 in Las Vegas – as Commvault adds more focus on partners, migration to Azure and Office 365. Commvault and Microsoft continue to work together to enhance our customer’s data management, protection and compliance […]
Doing Business With Commvault Has Never Been Simpler By Carmen Sorice IIICommvault’s partners spoke. We listened. Over the last year, we did a whole lot of listening. You told us how your business model needs to transform – it’s far less transactional, more consultative – and how your customers are driving demand for more customized, […]
By Mary Ann Garwood When did this journey start for me? Thanks to the opening of a Whole Foods in my home town in 2004 that encouraged you to bring your own bags, I purchased my first reusable grocery bag. I still have and use that bag today. It was a catalyst for me to […]
By Chris Powell Dustin Hoffman’s character received some famous advice in the movie classic “The Graduate.” “I want to say one word to you. Just one word … Plastics.” Given the movie was set in the 1960s, I’m sure the family friend’s unsolicited advice referred to the exciting business opportunities that would arise with the wide availability of plastics. Here […]
This is the fifth blog in a five-part series on risk mitigation and how Commvault can help. Access the fourth blog. Warren Buffet once said, “Risk comes from not knowing what you are doing.” Flipping that statement around a little, but following the same logic: “Risk is reduced by knowing what you are doing.” That comment […]
The Hybrid Cloud Nirvana Executive Summit brought together thought leaders from Commvault, Cisco and Microsoft to share perspective and insight with executives from Atlanta-area companies.
By Sanjay Mirchandani Fifty years ago, just 50 miles away from our New Jersey headquarters, the Stonewall Riots sent shockwaves through the LGBTQ community that continue to ripple throughout the world today – sometimes positively, sometimes not. At Commvault, we celebrate Pride and continue to foster diversity and inclusion. In thinking about this blog, it wasn’t as a CEO. […]