Australian law firm, Macpherson Kelley, has adopted Commvault’s Data Platform and Pure Storage FlashArray to drive speed, security and savings for management of the firm's information assets.
The firm has deployed Commvault on virtualised servers and Pure Storage flash array in order to optimise application performance and manage data growth.
Macpherson Kelley national infrastructure manager, Matt Purves, said the company works in a highly competitive environment where time is literally money and every six minutes is billed, so it is essential that their systems deliver reliability and speed to support the business.
Macpherson Kelley network administrator, Marcus Nessel, said, “the integration of Pure Storage and Commvault has driven backups down to under 30 minutes and reduced latency problems with applications. With the reliability and speed offered by the high performing data platform and flash storage, we have seen nearly 60 per cent reduction in tickets to the help desk and fewer application errors.”
Commvault director of systems engineering for A/NZ, Craig Wiley, said in a competitive market such as the legal industry, it’s important that all the technology processes are built to make the lawyers and their supporting team as effective as possible.
“Through holistic data management, businesses can ensure that all employees have the information they need at their fingertips with minimal interruption, while efficiently controlling data management costs and risks,” he added.