Commvault is celebrating its 25th year of business this year, but we’ve also hit another milestone: it’s the 10th consecutive time of being named a Leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant.
Commvault is top ranked across all use cases in Gartner’s 2020 Critical Capabilities for Backup and Recovery Report and has again been named a Leader in Gartner’s 2020 Magic Quadrant for Data Center Backup and Recovery Solutions.
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.
Commvault’s recent string of industry accolades for its products, services and people, and recent wave of recognition and company momentum across all areas of the business speaks for itself.
With Veeam taken over by a private equity firm, I believe more than ever that Commvault is the most steady, trusted and proven vendor in the industry.
The Commvault Data Alliance thrives on innovation. One does not simply stay a consistent leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant or the Forrester Wave by being idle. With so much change in the industry, innovation has never been more necessary.