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  • The 5 Ws of Office 365 Backup and Recovery
    The 5 Ws of Office 365 Backup and Recovery
    Penny Gralewski and Mary Ellen Cavanaugh - Commvault Recorded: Apr 24 2019 232 mins
    You have questions about Office 365 backup and recovery – we have answers. Learn what you need to know about Office 365 data protection.

    One big question: do I need Office 365 backup and restore? Answer: yes, yes you do.

    We’ll explain the details and provide tips to help your Office 365 data strategy.

    Learn the answers to these common questions:

    Who is responsible for Office 365 data protection?
    What should I know about Exchange Online backup and restore?
    Where can I store SharePoint Online backups?
    When should I plan OneDrive for Business backups?
    Why is backup important for Office 365 data migration?
    Join Commvault for this new and informative webinar.
  • Don't Be Boxed In By Your Scale-Up Data Protection Solution
    Don't Be Boxed In By Your Scale-Up Data Protection Solution
    Scott Lowe, AcutalTech Media and Phil Wandrei, Commvault Recorded: Mar 14 2019 39 mins
    Traditional scale-up architectures for secondary storage use a plethora of expensive, single purpose servers, storage and gateways for duties that range from media control to supporting services such as data protection, storage management, deduplication and encryption.

    These complex environments are hard to manage - costly and limit options and agility - which has given rise to new scale-out alternatives. But some of the new tools come with hardware limitations. What you need is an approach that uses standard servers and a common layer of software that can easily adapt to your changing needs. In this webinar we’ll examine what to look for in a scale-out architecture for secondary storage that can:

    Improve operational efficiencies
    Provide proactive monitoring and central policy management
    Reduce storage cost and drive greater utilization
    Improve data resiliency and availability
  • Cloud Usage in Healthcare: Preparing for the Next Wave
    Cloud Usage in Healthcare: Preparing for the Next Wave
    Janet King, HIMSS Media and Mike Leonard, Commvault Recorded: Mar 6 2019 62 mins
    Cloud Usage in Healthcare: Preparing for the Next Wave
    New HIMSS Research Reveals Latest Cloud Trends in Healthcare
    Once a laggard, the healthcare industry – specifically healthcare providers - are now leveraging cloud computing more than ever. Healthcare providers are looking beyond private cloud deployments to hybrid and public cloud environments. This expanding usage is introducing new questions and challenges for today’s cloud stakeholders as they seek to manage and protect rapidly growing volumes of data.

    In this session, Janet King, Senior Director of Market Insights for HIMSS Media, will lead a discussion that draws on the latest HIMSS research to explore what the next wave of cloud migration will look like in healthcare. More specifically, as the healthcare cloud footprint grows and organizations move beyond private cloud to public and hybrid models, how are organizations moving, managing, and using data effectively across these environments?

    Join the conversation to learn more about: :

    What the cloud footprint looks like for healthcare providers. How are workloads distributed across private, public and hybrid models?
    The common challenges faced by healthcare providers that are moving to the cloud. How are data protection challenges, compliance concerns, backup/recovery concerns impacting cloud decisions?
    The steps hospitals and health systems are taking to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data in the cloud.
  • Complexity, Cost and Clutter, Oh My! Use Backup Appliances and Simplify
    Complexity, Cost and Clutter, Oh My! Use Backup Appliances and Simplify
    John Fluharty and Phil Wandrei - Commvault Recorded: Feb 26 2019 33 mins
    Appliances are part of our everyday life, especially in the home. They provide convenience and save us time and money. However, with their known and proven benefits, appliances are not widely used for data protection and management. Too often, organizations take a "Do-It-Yourself" approach with their backup and recovery solution, and waste time and money.

    Attend this webinar to view a short demonstration on how easy it is to set up a Commvault appliance and learn why switching delivers:

    Simple operation with a single solution and web-based user interface to manage and protect all of your data 
    Predictable, scalable performance and costs, so you always know what to expect  
    Streamlined support through a single vendor 
    If your backup and recovery solution has become too costly, complex, or just plain cumbersome, it is time switch and simplify your environment. 
  • The Perils of Point Products – Why Consolidating Backup and Recovery Makes Sense
    The Perils of Point Products – Why Consolidating Backup and Recovery Makes Sense
    Dave Hiechel, Eagle Technologies and Greg Bennett, Commvault Recorded: Feb 14 2019 30 mins
    Backup and recovery has become increasingly complex due to the continued exponential growth of data and the need to protect it across physical, virtual, endpoint, and cloud environments. In response, IT has implemented solutions to address each of these use cases. But what started out as a noble effort to protect data with ‘optimized’ solutions has morphed into a convoluted mess of point products, each with its own interface, capabilities, and hardware and software infrastructure. These data silos increase complexity and make recovery challenging. Bottom line, this is unsustainable.

    You need a complete solution that can address each of these uses cases without increasing complexity in your environment. In this webinar, you’ll learn how Commvault Complete Backup & Recovery:

    - significantly reduces your management complexity
    - improves operational efficiency
    - lowers costs vs. managing multiple point products so you can focus your valuable IT resources on more strategic initiatives
  • 5 Key Advantages of Consolidating Backup & Recovery Tools
    5 Key Advantages of Consolidating Backup & Recovery Tools
    Barry Hubbard, TiVo Inc. and Bill Byron Concevitch, Commvault Recorded: Feb 7 2019 38 mins
    Whether the result of organic growth, M&A activity, or trying to solve specific use cases with targeted solutions, IT environments typically end up with a mix of single-function tools for backup, recovery and archiving, and usually from a range of vendors. Not only is this expensive, but it also significantly increases management complexity and makes it difficult, if not impossible, for IT to answer boardroom calls to extract more value from data and better safeguard that data in the face of stringent new compliance requirements.



    In this webinar we examine how to build a case for consolidating backup and recovery tools, looking at:



    • Operational efficiencies that can be realized by reducing product and vendor count

    • The potential for Capex and Opex savings

    • How consolidation makes it easier to meet RTO/RPO objectives

    • What can be gained when it comes to responding to ransomware

    • How it makes it easier to use cloud for backup and recovery, and meet compliance requirements
  • Data Privacy and Protection for Health
    Data Privacy and Protection for Health
    Karthik Garimalla, Microsoft and Michael Leonard, Commvault Recorded: Feb 5 2019 37 mins
    Proven practices for BCDR in healthcare. Make sure your organization is prepared.

    Do you know what your business would do if a natural or man-made disaster occurred? Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) typically isn't at the top of your list of priorities until something goes wrong. Yet it's more important than ever to be prepared, as the proliferation of data and information has created additional complexity for storage and record administration teams in healthcare. Many teams are particularly concerned about the detection and prevention of cyber-attacks and other criminal disasters.

    Join this webinar to:

    Find out how your healthcare organization can deploy modern, cost-effective data and cloud solutions with Microsoft.
    Hear about the BCDR approaches that other trusted healthcare institutions have employed and what they've learned along the way.
    Learn how Microsoft helps ease the burden of data recovery by providing management and enablement of scalable, more secure cloud solutions for healthcare customers worldwide.
  • Enterprise Data Protection for Healthcare and Life Sciences
    Enterprise Data Protection for Healthcare and Life Sciences
    Aaron Friedman -AWS Partner Network, Dan Hill - UbiStor, Michael Leonard - Commvault Recorded: Jan 30 2019 47 mins
    Cloud presents a big opportunity for Healthcare and Life Sciences organizations, but IT professionals are still learning how to best manage data across a hybrid environment.

    From a single platform, Commvault can help you manage, move and use data across files, applications, databases, hypervisors and the cloud. Commvault data management helps Healthcare and Life Sciences organizations administer, protect and access data across hybrid environments. Administer disparate systems in a single view, reducing costs while helping you manage an ever-increasing amount of information.

    In this webinar, you’ll learn how a major Healthcare organization is using integrated, reliable and secure cloud-based solutions from Commvault and Amazon Web Services (AWS) to help address significant data growth while reducing infrastructure costs.

    Join our webinar to learn how you can:
    - Optimize data management for your organization.
    - Protect sensitive data from increasingly sophisticated cyber threats.
    - Reduce operational costs, even as data volumes increase.
  • It doesn’t end with GDPR.
    It doesn’t end with GDPR.
    Sheila FitzPatrick President FitzPatrick & Associates, Patrick McGrath Digital Transformation Leader Commvault Recorded: Jan 15 2019 52 mins
    Companies raced to meet the May 2018 deadline to meet Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation with varying degrees of success, but if they learned anything since it is this: GDPR isn’t a one and done exercise. The GDPR might be the most eye-catching data privacy law on the books because of the outsized potential fine (up to 4% of revenue), but it is simply one of the first and most far-reaching such laws. Many more are emerging around the world and, indeed, in many US states. Some of the regulations overlap, while others conflict, meaning organizations face the ugly reality of having to deal with a patchwork quilt of laws.

    In this webinar we’ll examine:

    - Lessons learned to date
    - The key differences between the new regulations
    - Pain points companies are having (simply shutting off customers in
    the EU is not a sustainable practice)
    - Best approaches moving forward
  • Managing Through the Cloud and Data Chaos
    Managing Through the Cloud and Data Chaos
    Lance Shaw, Commvault and Grant Jacobson, Cloudian Recorded: Jan 8 2019 37 mins
    Modernize Your Backup & Recovery with Commvault and Cloudian

    Enterprises and Service Providers are facing an increasing surge in data growth making managing and protecting data increasingly complex and costly. The addition of cloud locations as well as new requirements for security, compliance, and retention are creating additional complexities, further exacerbating management and cost challenges.

    Despite these challenges, you are expected to meet increasingly critical RPO and RTO requirements and ensure that the business can rapidly recover from any situation.

    Learn how Commvault and Cloudian have teamed up to offer a simple, easy-to-manage solution that is also cost-effective and scalable across multiple locations, including public cloud. Now you can simplify your data protection with policy-based management and new levels of technical and economic efficiencies.

    View this on-demand webinar to learn how this solution can:

    Provide more predictable and better performance to data protection and recovery
    Simplify management within a single console across all locations
    Employ a seamless solution that works on-prem and with one or more clouds
    Use automated policies to protect new data and applications as it arrives
    Leverage customized metadata tagging for intelligent search and analytics

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