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Commvault to help Evalueserve automate data protection capabilities

Commvault to help Evalueserve automate data protection capabilities
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Tinton Falls, New Jersey-based data solutions provider Commvault is set to automate data protection processes for Swiss analytical solutions provider Evalueserve.

The US firm will also offer secure backup encryption services and help the Schaffhausen-based firm restore data in case of ransomware attacks, a statement said. Commvault’s offering, it said, would help Evalueserve complete restoration drills 57% faster, with improved acceleration and efficient turnaround timings. 

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There has been a 300% year-on-year growth in data, according to Evalueserve, which requires timely backups and restoration. Commvault’s solution would automate the backup process, cutting down the completion time from 36 hours to 16 hours, the statement said. 

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Evalueserve currently utilises Commvault to protect on-premise data such as file servers, applications and databases. It will expand these solutions across its six operating centres, the statement said. 

“With the deduplication feature of Commvault, we have reduced the overall storage size by 50% and eliminated 250 tape costs annually as a result of replacing disk-based backup,” Anuj Joshi, vice president of information technology at Evalueserve, said.  

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Evalueserve’s flagship offering, the ‘mind+machine’ methodology, is used to design solutions and harness insights from data. The company said that it deals with sensitive data and IP information from clients across 15 industries. 

“It is imperative that we can quickly restore data based on the agreements with our clients. With the Commvault Command Center, unauthorized access to data can be eliminated using role-based access control,” Sachin Jain, CIO and CISO at Evalueserve, said.