The 2020 IT World winners have been announced, and Commvault has racked up a gold award and two silvers.
In its Market Compass Report on “Cloud Backup and Disaster Recovery,” KuppingerCole thoroughly reviewed Commvault and 14 other “Cloud Backup” solutions. The result? Commvault comes out on top as the only solution rated highest (Strong Positive) in ALL categories.
We have gone over the key points here and the only conclusion that can be drawn is that Cohesity – well, lacks cohesity.
What are the top cloud data protection priorities for organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic? We asked and you answered.
Today, I’m thrilled to share that we’ve announced a strategic partnership agreement with Microsoft focused specifically on our Metallic SaaS data protection offerings with Microsoft Azure.
Nearly a year ago, I was tapped to help build Commvault’s new business incubation team, which was given a very short ramp to launch an innovative SaaS offering with a unique business model in a little over six months.
Metallic gives customers choice the others don’t – the choice of what clouds to use, where data should be stored, and how customers can manage their data.
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.
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.
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.