GDPR: Centralise Unstructured Data Governance across On-Premises and Cloud

CIOs are struggling to balance their desire for consolidation and centralised management with the need to meet the 2018 deadline and solve the immediate GDPR-related operational challenges.

The greatest challenge they face is gaining control over unstructured data. Structured data solutions have built-in compliance management functionality, but how do you ensure compliance across your unstructured data sources? Endpoints? Email? Servers with hundreds or thousands of authorised users? And how do you do this in a holistic way, without adding multiple disparate point products?

Commvault is a leading provider of data protection and information management solutions, helping companies worldwide activate their data to drive more value and business insight and to transform modern data environments. With solutions and services delivered directly and through a worldwide network of partners and service providers, Commvault solutions comprise one of the industry’s leading portfolios in data protection and recovery, cloud, virtualization, archive, file sync and share. Commvault has earned accolades from customers and third party influencers for its technology vision, innovation, and execution as an independent and trusted expert. Without the distraction of a hardware business or other business agenda, Commvault’s sole focus on data management has led to adoption by companies of all sizes, in all industries, and for solutions deployed on premise, across mobile platforms, to and from the cloud, and provided as-a-service. Commvault employs more than 2,700 highly skilled individuals across markets worldwide, is publicly traded on NASDAQ (CVLT), and is headquartered in Tinton Falls, New Jersey in the United States. To learn more about Commvault — and how it can help make your data work for you — visit commvault.com

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Win the War Against Ransomware

The threat of ransomware is only just beginning. In fact, nearly 50% of organizations have suffered at least one ransomware attack in the past 12 months and estimates predict this will continue to increase at an exponential rate. While healthcare and financial services are the most targeted industries, no organization is immune. And the cost? Nothing short of exorbitant.

Commvault is a leading provider of data protection and information management solutions, helping companies worldwide activate their data to drive more value and business insight and to transform modern data environments. With solutions and services delivered directly and through a worldwide network of partners and service providers, Commvault solutions comprise one of the industry’s leading portfolios in data protection and recovery, cloud, virtualization, archive, file sync and share. Commvault has earned accolades from customers and third party influencers for its technology vision, innovation, and execution as an independent and trusted expert. Without the distraction of a hardware business or other business agenda, Commvault’s sole focus on data management has led to adoption by companies of all sizes, in all industries, and for solutions deployed on premise, across mobile platforms, to and from the cloud, and provided as-a-service. Commvault employs more than 2,700 highly skilled individuals across markets worldwide, is publicly traded on NASDAQ (CVLT), and is headquartered in Tinton Falls, New Jersey in the United States. To learn more about Commvault — and how it can help make your data work for you — visit commvault.com

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The Straight Truth about a Cloud First Strategy

Within this eBook, you will read about the challenges you might encounter when adding the cloud to your environment and the importance of taking a step back, to look at your data strategy and how your strategy should take a Cloud First approach. This is a compilation of blogs created by the Commvault cloud solutions leaders in response to a recent eBook written by industry experts at Storage Switzerland. It starts out with commentary on the weight of data and how that affects your ability to achieve a flexible and agile cloud infrastructure. It moves one to discuss the need for a Cloud First strategy, how the Cloud First model is apparent within Commvault Software, and how that model can help you innovate for the future.

It highlights three ‘keys to victory’ when creating a successful Cloud First strategy: data sovereignty, controlling costs and proper data protection and sheds light on the challenge associated to complexity of choice. How did choice become a source of pain and how should you fix it? It gets granular with a blog about manual scripting and complexity challenges, followed by a discussion around agility and the need for visibility across your environment. There is a compelling lessons learned commentary on the recent cloud outage heard round the world and how you should rethink your disaster recovery and overall data strategy. Finally, it highlights the importance of protecting applications and workloads in the cloud. At the end, you will find some additional resources available to you to learn more about how the Cloud loves Commvault, and how you can use Commvault to drive your Cloud First strategy.

Commvault is a leading provider of data protection and information management solutions, helping companies worldwide activate their data to drive more value and business insight and to transform modern data environments. With solutions and services delivered directly and through a worldwide network of partners and service providers, Commvault solutions comprise one of the industry’s leading portfolios in data protection and recovery, cloud, virtualization, archive, file sync and share. Commvault has earned accolades from customers and third party influencers for its technology vision, innovation, and execution as an independent and trusted expert. Without the distraction of a hardware business or other business agenda, Commvault’s sole focus on data management has led to adoption by companies of all sizes, in all industries, and for solutions deployed on premise, across mobile platforms, to and from the cloud, and provided as-a-service. Commvault employs more than 2,700 highly skilled individuals across markets worldwide, is publicly traded on NASDAQ (CVLT), and is headquartered in Tinton Falls, New Jersey in the United States. To learn more about Commvault — and how it can help make your data work for you — visit commvault.com

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6 Tips to Increase DevOps Collaboration and Improve Performance

When apps fail, whose fault is it? In today’s DevOps world, every stakeholder along the application delivery pipeline is accountable for performance. In this eBook, you'll get important tips to increase collaboration and improve performance for each role on your DevOps team.

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High Performing DevOps: Insights and Tips

The top performing organizations know that they must adopt a continuous and collaborative IT delivery model to meet the ever-increasing market demands for more features, faster. DevOps is proven to produce faster deployments with fewer problems, but there are many challenges in the way. Whether you are just starting your DevOps journey or still considering how a DevOps transformation can help your organization, this eBook can provide insight into why it is important, what makes the leaders successful, and provide guidance on how to accelerate your results.
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Cloud-Native Evolution – How Companies Go Digital in 3 Steps

92% of companies anticipate going cloud-native in the next 5 years, according to a 2016 joint study by O'Reilly Media and Dynatrace. This shift from monolithic onsite architectures is imperative to be able to move quickly and remain competitive.

The critical question: What does it take for successful migration?

Dynatrace has identified 3 stages that businesses move through during their journey to the cloud. This new report details the stages and a winning strategy for each, including case studies that will show you how to tackle both technical and cultural challenges.

  • Stage one: Migrate existing applications to virtualized infrastructure with a lift-and-shift approach while maintaining continuous application delivery
  • Stage two: Shift your monolithic application toward microservice architectures, running services in containers on a PaaS service
  • Stage three: Implement rapidly scalable microservices and deploy across the cloud platform’s software-defined architecture

The report also includes the full summary of the study and the responses, so you can see where your organization fits in.

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eBook: 5 Tech Trends Redefining the Customer Experience

We asked analysts and industry leaders what customer engagement trends they thought were key for 2017 and beyond. From cutting-edge technologies such as IoT and bots to a new spin on old ideas, hot topics boil down to five key trends that will define the customer experience going forward.

In this eBook, learn:

  • Five trends will have the biggest impact on customer experience
  • How to use machine learning to detect patterns and trends to deliver the next great customer experiences
  • How to future proof your contact center and adapt to changing customer needs
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Frost & Sullivan: Are You Delivering Exceptional Customer Experience?

Small and mid-sized businesses are in a unique position and have an advantage in customer experience compared with their larger competitors. Read this report from Frost & Sullivan to learn how to leverage this advantage.

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  • Changing customer expectations and how they have shaped the way companies operate contact centers
  • How SMBs can turn personal knowledge about their customers into a customized experience and competitive advantage
  • The benefits that the cloud offers to SMBs when it comes to their customer experience strategy
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eBook: Engage With Customers in an Ultra-Connected Era

Finding new customers and maintaining relationships with those you already have takes time and effort. When your customers are ready to engage, are you meeting them where they are? As the world becomes more digital it’s vital for all businesses to be able to communicate with customers whenever and wherever the customer wants - be that via phone call, SMS, online chat, or social media.

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  • How to engage with your customers in an ultra-connected world
  • How to make your customer engagement operations easy and efficient
  • Why it’s time for an all-in-one cloud contact center solution
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eBook: Keeping Pace With The Modern Customer

Your customers’ expectations are higher than ever. The millennial generation demands ease, speed and consistency, no matter how they choose to connect with companies.

Instead of facing the problem head-on, companies have tried to adapt their aging software by simply bolting on new channels (and software) as needed. As with any “Frankenstein” approach, the resulting contact center becomes a slow-moving monster, full of disjointed parts. It’s time to dismantle the monster—tool by tool, process by process—to find out exactly what is holding the contact center back.

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  • Stay ahead of the curve with a cloud based contact center
  • Deliver seamless experiences across voice, web, email, social, and mobile
  • Empower agents with the tools they need to fulfill the high expectations of millennial customers
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Digital Disruption via APIs: Why APIs? Why Now?

Today’s leading enterprises are transforming digitally, jumping head first into the API economy. Transformations are being driven by connected devices and consumers’ thirst for compelling brand experiences—all generating a vast and ever-growing amount of data.

In the API economy, application programming interfaces (APIs) act as the digital glue that links services, applications and systems. This allows businesses to make the most of their data to create compelling customer experiences and open new revenue channels. This TechBytes series sponsored by IBM explores why APIs, why should you care as a Developer and IT Manager and how you can make a difference. It will help you make it real and describe who you can partner with internally and externally.

About the presenter:

Amit Acharya is a Program Director, Product Management & Strategy, IBM API Connect & Gateways. Amit is responsible for leading the strategy, roadmap and offering deliverables for API Connect. He is passionate about technology and loves interacting with various customers.

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Digital Disruption via APIs: Why Should I Care? How can I Make a Difference?

Today’s leading enterprises are transforming digitally, jumping head first into the API economy. Transformations are being driven by connected devices and consumers’ thirst for compelling brand experiences—all generating a vast and ever-growing amount of data.

In the API economy, application programming interfaces (APIs) act as the digital glue that links services, applications and systems. This allows businesses to make the most of their data to create compelling customer experiences and open new revenue channels. This TechBytes series sponsored by IBM explores why APIs, why should you care as a Developer and IT Manager and how you can make a difference. It will help you make it real and describe who you can partner with internally and externally.

About the presenter:

Amit Acharya is a Program Director, Product Management & Strategy, IBM API Connect & Gateways. Amit is responsible for leading the strategy, roadmap and offering deliverables for API Connect. He is passionate about technology and loves interacting with various customers.

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Digital Disruption via APIs: How Do I Make It Real? Who Can I Partner With?

Today’s leading enterprises are transforming digitally, jumping head first into the API economy. Transformations are being driven by connected devices and consumers’ thirst for compelling brand experiences—all generating a vast and ever-growing amount of data.

In the API economy, application programming interfaces (APIs) act as the digital glue that links services, applications and systems. This allows businesses to make the most of their data to create compelling customer experiences and open new revenue channels. This TechBytes series sponsored by IBM explores why APIs, why should you care as a Developer and IT Manager and how you can make a difference. It will help you make it real and describe who you can partner with internally and externally.

About the presenter:

Amit Acharya is a Program Director, Product Management & Strategy, IBM API Connect & Gateways. Amit is responsible for leading the strategy, roadmap and offering deliverables for API Connect. He is passionate about technology and loves interacting with various customers.

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