OCEANPORT, N.J., June 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CommVault (NASDAQ: CVLT) -- For the third consecutive year, CommVault has been positioned in the "Leaders" quadrant of Gartner Inc.'s "Magic Quadrant: Enterprise Backup/Recovery Software." According to Gartner, "The Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup/Recovery Software presents the next step in the evolution of backup, which incorporates new products, solutions and techniques for protecting, backing up and recovering desktop, laptop, physical server and virtual server files, applications and system images. These backup products provide features such as traditional backup to tape, backup to conventional disk, backup to the cloud, data reduction (compression and deduplication), snapshot, heterogeneous replication, continuous data protection (CDP) and/or virtual tape library (VTL) support, among other capabilities."
CommVault is leading this evolution by delivering innovative solutions that go beyond the technology-based, IT-centric functions of backup, archive, replication, and snapshot management to address much broader business needs. With Simpana® 10, CommVault provides instant information access across all current and historical data created by an organization – from servers to laptops, in the data center and the cloud. Simpana 10 empowers workers with self-service access, compliance search, data mining and reporting – all from a single platform.
"Being recognized as a Leader by Gartner for three years running reinforces our commitment to delivering unique, innovative solutions for data and information management," said N. Robert Hammer, Chairman, President and CEO, CommVault. "We believe it also confirms that CommVault's singular platform approach is helping customers protect their data, provide simplified secure access to their data, reduce compliance risk and make it easier to transform data into valuable business information."CommVault believes this designation reinforces our vision that the future of storage is moving toward unified data and information as enterprises adopt modern techniques to protect and recover their critical applications. Gartner states that the industry continues to undergo significant change as organizations embrace new technologies and techniques and show a propensity to augment or switch legacy vendors and backup techniques. According to the report, "between 2012 and 2016, one-third of organizations will change backup vendors due to frustration over cost, complexity and/or capability."