We can help be your secret weapon for ransomware

Ransomware is a real threat to your organization.

M&A Technology with Commvault can help minimize the impact of an attack.The Commvault Command Center™ monitors threats and sends alerts in real-time, so you can respond fast when speed matters most. This helps reduce downtime and maintain business continuity, while keeping your data protected.

5 ways to get control of your backup and recovery environment

As an IT professional, you know the word “kludge” all too well, having experienced the pain of cobbling together multiple products to try to function as one unit. It takes too much time, effort, and cost to keep such complexity in your environment. There is a better way. Start with a complete solution that not only addresses your backup and recovery needs of yesterday and today but is flexible and innovative enough to cover the changing needs of tomorrow.

This approach should account for capabilities for workloads on-premises, in the cloud, across multiple cloud, and within your SaaS data sets. Native integration into these platforms and applications, plus the reporting and analytics to help you make more informed decisions.

1- Flexibility

2- Automation

3- Cost-efficient

4- Modern

5- Active

Disaster Recovery waits for no one

Improve backup and restore performance, while lowering data management costs and overhead.

It used to be that all you needed your Disaster Recovery (DR) strategy to worry about were tornadoes, floods, power outages, and the occasional monster attack. These days disasters have taken on new and more subtle forms thanks to the increase in malware and ransomware. These types of disaster are harder to detect, and much more complicated to respond to. So, how can you make sure you’re DR plan is ready?

No matter the disaster – whether natural or man-made – you need to respond quickly. But you shouldn’t have to break the bank being ready for faster restores and better data availability. With these four data-recovery best practices we’ll help you make sure your environment is ready for when disaster strikes, and even save some cash along the way.

Downtime can be expensive, and the costs to the business are not only dollar amounts, but factors of lost productivity and time. If your internal and/or external customers are unable to access your services, the impact to your business can be significant.

$26.5 billion

Cost of lost revenue in
North America due to downtime

So, what can you do that actually will help you avoid being the next headline? Well, let’s take a look at how you can ensure your IT services are ready for action, and the data can be quickly put back where you need it to be

Hit your backup targets

Don’t forget about the cloud

Everything’s automatic?

Eliminate data silos