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Commvault Provides Customers the Data Insights That Improve Business Outcomes

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by Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “Commvault, the global leader in enterprise backup, recovery, archive and the cloud, today at Commvault GO 2017 announced a new analytics portfolio of applications, capabilities, solutions and services, all built on the Commvault Data Platform. The platform is designed to help customers have access to the right data and analytics in order to gain the insights needed to improve business outcomes. This new portfolio includes applications and an application framework, new capabilities, solutions, and packaged service offerings all created to help customers obtain better data insights for compliance, eDiscovery and a variety of other digital transformation use cases. With the Commvault analytics portfolio, customers can create actionable data visualizations and implement business rules to drive workflows, all from a single platform. The portfolio’s capabilities will further empower Commvault’s customers to simplify management of growing amounts of data, and activate this data to reduce risk and improve business outcomes.”

The release goes on, “The first application in the portfolio will be for information governance and data privacy, and will be demonstrated this week at Commvault GO 2017. Fully integrated into the Commvault Data Platform, the new application offers customers the ability to identify, manage and reduce data privacy risks in compliance with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other data privacy regulations. Enterprises around the world are preparing to comply with GDPR, one of the toughest data privacy regulations in the world, when it takes effect on May 25, 2018. Commvault’s new data privacy application can address many GDPR compliance challenges, enabling enterprises to better understand what personal data they have, respond to customer requests and meet GDPR obligations regarding the collection, storage and handling of personal data.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

Photo credit: Commvault

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