CommVault launches Simpana for endpoint data protection

CommVault launches Simpana for endpoint data protection

Global average cost of data breach is $3.5 million: Ponemon Institute

CommVault has launched Simpana for endpoint data protection in a bid to target the burgeoning enterprise mobility market.

The new solution set is designed to help protect and enable the mobile workforce by backing up laptops, desktops and mobile devices while providing secure access and self-service capabilities.

Last year global data breaches reached an average cost of US$3.5 million, according to a study by the Ponemon Institute.

The solution enables organisations to reduce cost and risk by protecting against data loss and enabling enterprise-wide compliance and eDiscovery, according to a company statement.

It also increases productivity through self-service capabilities for data restore, secure file sharing and advanced data analytics and reporting.

CommVault senior director and head of mobile business, Rama Kolappan, said he was excited to bring the product to market with an expanded feature set and pricing structure that would give customers flexible options in how they wanted to tackle the growing challenges and complexities around data management.

“With data breaches continuing to make headlines and wreaking havoc on corporate reputations, our new solution set is able to give organisations the ‘peace of mind’ knowing their data is protected while freeing employees access to information residing within IT,” he said.

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