Ransomware attacks are proving to be extremely profitable for hackers, and organisations that think their backups provide sufficient protection could be in for a nasty surprise. These attacks are constantly evolving and the latest threats specifically target backup applications with the aim of deleting all backups before the primary storage encryption process is triggered.
On November 11th, Commvault will host Commvault Connections21, a best-in-class data services event broadcast live worldwide from Commvault headquarters. You’re invited to join other data-minded IT executives for an information-packed, half-day event where you can:
Microsoft Office 365 (sometimes referred to as O365) is a popular SaaS (solution-as-a-service) offering for today’s businesses. With Office 365, end-users and organizations get a robust suite of productivity tools, which include Exchange Online, OneDrive for Business, SharePoint Online, and Microsoft Teams among others. As opposed to conventional licensing and usage models for these applications, Microsoft Office 365 is hosted in the cloud, making it available anytime, anywhere – without the hassle of installing or maintaining these services.
Achieving the highest score across all three use cases in the 2021 Gartner Critical Capabilities for Enterprise Backup and Recovery Software Solutions is not an easy thing. Commvault has done it twice and is not only the sole vendor to do it but also did it while being a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for the tenth consecutive time.