For organisations today, a single catastrophe may spell disaster for the unprepared.
Studies have shown that companies utilising data-driven insights to make strategic decisions have improved their productivity by up to 33 percent But before data can be put together into insights, it must be extracted from the company’s various departmental data pools
Businesses who want to protect and secure their data assets must know their enemies well, assess the risks, engage the forces of backup and recovery, and prepare to win. Before any action can be taken, disaster recovery planning should always begin with a risk analysis.
As a lawyer and technophile, Michael Bishop of Commvault writes that he is both excited by the possibilities of AR and concerned over its wider privacy implications.
Despite all the hype, things are not always rosy when moving data into the cloud, as failures and accidents do occur in the cloud too, writes Matthew Johnston of Commvault.
Commvault has appointed Matthew Johnston its area vice president for Asean and Korea; he brings with him over 15 years’ experience in solution selling and enterprise level engagement.
EMC Corp has announced the appointment of Sumash Singh as managing director of EMC Malaysia.
Businesses are cottoning to the idea that their data is an asset that can save them money and even generate additional revenue, but are still struggling to actually do it.
Commvault has announced the appointment of Owen Taraniuk as vice president of its APJ region.
In today’s digital world, whether data resides on premises, in the cloud, or on mobile devices, no organisation should rest easy, writes Mark Bentkower of Commvault.