Reduce risk and costs, improve information access, and increase IT agility for Simpana clients
Enterprise backup and data protection software provider CommVault has unveiled new, next-generation Singular Information Management offerings that empower Simpana software customers to reduce risk, slash costs, improve information access and increase IT agility..
The next-generation offerings include Simpana OnePass; Simpana SnapProtect; Simpana software enhancements; Simpana Edge Protection; and Simpana 9 integration with Microsoft SharePoint.
With the converged backup, archive and reporting process, Simpana OnePass reduces the combined time required to backup, archive and report by more than 50% over traditional methods, to further protect, manage and access vast data on systems.
Delivering hardware snapshot integration, Simpana SnapProtect technology provides customers with SAN investment protection and choice, eliminating the backup window, accelerating recovery and reducing costs.
Virtual server adoption is accelerated by Simpana software enhancements to further help organisations better manage, protect and scale virtual machines across their enterprises and into the cloud.
In addition to protect data on laptops and desktops with embedded source deduplication for optimised efficiency, new Simpana Edge Protection provides end users flexibility to search, access and perform self-service recovery through any Windows, iOS and/or Android device.
The company claims that Simpana 9 integration with Microsoft SharePoint improves application performance, capacity utilisation and shrinks backup windows.
CommVault’s chairman, president and CEO N. Robert Hammer said with the latest Simpana software innovations, CommVault continues to help businesses move rapidly toward more efficient, self-service infrastructures, while redefining how data is managed to increase its ultimate business value.
"Today’s announcement reinforces our innovation lead, further setting us apart as the standard in modern data and information management," said Hammer.