CommVault keeps control of big data

Company demonstrates flagship Simpana 10

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CommVault keeps control of big data Moon: Make information an asset.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 21, 2013

CommVault is demonstrating Simpana 10, its single-platform software solution for integrated data and information management, at the show. The vendor is also a platinum sponsor of the Gitex Big Data conference entitled ‘Delivering the New ROI - Return on Information’, taking place on 22 October, 2013.

Allen Mitchell, Senior Technical Account Manager, MENA at CommVault Systems is one of the speakers at this conference and will educate conference attendees on modern information management practices.

“Leading IT analyst firm IDC predicts that by 2014, data growth will reach a staggering 72 zettabytes a year.  Although ‘big data’ is widely discussed, organizations are still unaware of how to establish the critical link between big data and its return on investment. This is why CommVault emphasises the need for organizations to invest in intelligent data management solutions so as to turn this information overload from a liability into an asset,” says Fiona Moon, Marketing Director, EMEA at Commvault Systems.

The recently launched Simpana 10 platform helps cut storage-related costs by up to 50%, reduces administrative overheads by up to 80% and lowers aggregate support costs by up to 35%, the company claims. It incorporates a number of features that enable regional IT departments to align technology with current and future business demands.

Simpana offer self-service access from mobile devices while maintaining high level security when sharing, searching and restoring files across mobile, desktop and laptop devices. The platform enables the delivery of managed services and cloud computing through new automation of large-scale data centres. It also doubles backup and archive performance and scales to manage data growth, regulatory requirements and business demands.

CommVault will use GITEX as an opportunity to generate awareness of its new enterprise consulting and professional services, educational offerings and predictive analytics support services which were all launched earlier this year.

The company is reliant on its channel community to drive growth in the region and will look to strengthen channel ties through its participation. Fiona Moon says: “GITEX presents us with a great opportunity to engage with the entire spectrum of IT professionals ranging from vendors, channel partners and of course, existing and potential customers.

“Our experience of previous editions gives us confidence in the value of our participation. Our presence also assures our partners and customers that we are and will remain highly dedicated to the regional market in future.”

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