Cloud Data Management
The cloud is changing everything. If you’re like many enterprises, you jumped to it to achieve its promise of dynamic scalability and cost efficiency. But the real benefit has turned out to be something different. Agility. Now, with the cloud, you have the agility to create a new web server on the fly. Or the flexibility to move infrastructure quickly to meet changing business demands.
Growing your business means growing your data workloads. And that means adding more storage, virtual machines, apps, into your infrastructure. Because of this, what was once a controlled environment has become decidedly uncontrolled. Virtualization offers a powerful and flexible way to accommodate this explosion of data and apps. But creating and deploying virtual servers, storage and applications across private and public clouds - for hybrid environment - introduces its own unique set of challenges.
Rethink disaster recovery and what’s at risk: potential loss of business and reputational damage. Comprehensive disaster recovery of data across on-site, cloud and virtual environments is critical for your business. A solid DR strategy helps you be ready for new challenges like ransomware and GDPR.
As digital transformation ramps up, firms like yours are adopting a cloud-first strategy for new apps and their data. The hybrid infrastructure needs a data management platform. How else will you be able to gain the advantages of your investments: move, manage and use data the way you need - across on-premises, public and private cloud, and virtualized infrastructures?
Virtualization was supposed to make things easy on IT. And in some respects, it has. It’s unburdened IT from a number of routine, time-consuming tasks. And because of this, virtualization has given teams more time to focus on efforts that deliver real value to their business.
Ransomware is one of the greatest risks faced by today’s enterprises. For organizations in every industry, the impact of ransomware is wreaking havoc. Ransomware covertly attacks a victim’s computer and blocks access to content until a ransom payment is made. The WannaCry ransomware crisis of 2017 has further raised global awareness on the importance of having a rapid recovery strategy in place that ensures business continuity.
We hear it so much that it’s almost cliché, but data is the lifeblood of organizations today. It holds the promise of competitive advantage, improved efficiency and revenue growth. Faced with these opportunities, companies collect and generate more data than ever before – and still, they want more. But more data isn’t necessarily better, and not all data is good. In a worst-case scenario, data exposes the organization to greater business risk.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is almost here. Will you be ready when the world's strictest data privacy law comes into effect on May 25, 2018? Build a foundation for GDPR compliance now with a centralized approach to data management and retention.
Big Data Protection
For many organizations big data solutions have become the new critical enterprise application. The problem? They’re not yet managed with the same discipline as other enterprise applications.
Data Management Platform
As the world becomes increasingly data-driven and reliant on digital technology, all businesses have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to revolutionize themselves — to get more value from their data by activating it. Data insights that enable business foresight are increasingly critical. By consolidating and simplifying data management, Commvault presents an unrivaled solution.
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