Mind the (business integrity) gap
One of the causes of this business integrity gap is data fragmentation, which has resulted from new technologies and solutions being added to meet evolving business demand, says Kate Mollett, regional director at Commvault Africa.
Data management: The key to surviving any disaster
Software as a service is now the default way to access applications that users rely on, such as Office 365 and their business apps.
Anomaly detection is the first layer of successful data management and protection
Anomaly detection helps enterprises to identify unusual network activity as it happens, flagging it for investigation and blocking it before damage can be done, says Kate Mollett, regional director at Commvault Africa.
Commvault radically expands SaaS portfolio
The company announced the expansion of its Metallic software as a service portfolio and a new unified intelligent data services platform.
An immutable architecture is key to protecting backup data against attack
An immutable architecture that incorporates data locks, air gaps and data validation will ensure organisations can recover from any data disaster, says Kate Mollett, regional director at Commvault Africa.
Huge spike in ransomware attacks calls for adoption of BaaS solutions
Backup as a service lets enterprises buy backup and recovery services from cloud-based providers, instead of building and maintaining in-house data backup solutions, says Kate Mollett, regional director at Commvault SA.
Is your business prepared to recover from a ransomware attack in 2021?
Ransomware attacks happen quickly and can be devastating, taking out global infrastructure in a matter of hours, including the recovery systems that businesses rely on, says Kate Mollett, regional director for Commvault.
Commvault taps Veeam’s Kate Mollett to join its ranks
The former Veeam regional manager for Africa joins Commvault, taking up the role of regional director for Commvault Africa.
Getting set for a year of consolidation
In 2021, we’re going to see a consolidation of the trends that marked 2020 and the re-emergence of some issues that got put on the back-burner.
Financial services firms turn business continuity into business advantage
Financial services organisations are stepping up their modernisation efforts to ensure they are able to respond quickly to future challenges.
Finding opportunities for education in a disrupted world
It may soon be possible to get a degree from the best universities in the world without having to leave home.