June 23, 2016

Commvault introduces early adopter program for new SaaS offerings

New SaaS offerings address demand for cloud-based solutions for data center backup and recovery software

Commvault, the provider of enterprise data protection and information management, today introduced an early adopter program for two new Endpoint Data Protection and Email Archive Software as Service (SaaS) offerings.

Customers participating in the early adopter program can use the fully-managed cloud service to automatically and securely backup data on employee laptops and desktops and archive email, reducing the risk of data loss from breaches and lost or stolen endpoint devices.

In addition to protecting against data loss, the SaaS offerings enable enterprise-wide compliance and eDiscovery of data on endpoints and in email. The company claims that their endpoint data protection offerings increase productivity, thanks to self-service capabilities that enable employees to recover lost data and to securely share files with other employees.

Rama Kolappan, GM of Commvault’s Information Management and Mobility Business Unit said:

These new SaaS offerings enable enterprises to implement Commvault’s Endpoint Data Protection and Email Archive solutions with little upfront investment, and no in-house infrastructure and application management resources. Data loss and leakage does not just reduce employee productively – it can also damage enterprises’ reputations and erode their competitive advantages. With these new SaaS offerings, enterprise CEOs and CIOs can sleep easier at night, knowing their employees’ endpoint data and email are being securely backed up to the cloud by the industry leader in data protection and information management.

Available and in use with customers globally as on premise solutions, Commvault’s Endpoint Data Protection, Archiving and Search are now being offered as SaaS-based solutions through the introduction of Commvault’s Early Adopter Program.

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