Steady growth in the scale and complexity of IT systems and data management environments has created relentless pressure on nearly every business in today's marketplace. This pressure demands constant innovation balanced by budget constraints and business requirements for extending existing IT infrastructure.
With CommVault's Data Management Maturity Assessment offering, customers receive an objective view into their current data and information management environment. This assessment is facilitated by CommVault's top consultants and generates a detailed benchmark of their client's IT infrastructures in fifteen important categories of data and information management.
Key Facets of the Data Management Maturity Assessment Offering
- Infrastructure Efficiency – Baseline capabilities for data mobility, IT agility and data placement are evaluated to gauge your company's data management flexibility
- Risk Protection – Explore capabilities in data protection, disaster recovery, eDiscovery and search. A key objective is to understand how well your environment is protected against operational data loss or widespread business interruption.
- Disaster Recovery Requirements by Application – CommVault consultants work with company IT and business leadership departments to determine which applications, data and IT infrastructures are most critical and have the highest priority for recovery
- Transformation and Modernization – The integration and use of technologies, such as server and storage virtualization, the cloud, archiving and IT-as-a-service are explored to understand how they are architected and ultimately aligned to business requirements
- Sustainability – CommVault consultants explore the IT department capabilities for: operations and compliance reporting, business intelligence (BI), development and operational process maturity, infrastructure maintenance and resource management effectiveness in order to identify the long-term sustainability of client data management environments
- Edge Data Management – Existing edge and mobile data platforms, as well as client management strategies employed outside the corporate datacenter, are considered to manage data outside the corporate datacenters