Home Data Centre Optimisation CommVault addresses healthcare storage issues

CommVault is aiming to address issues faced by healthcare providers with the latest release of its Simpana 9 software.


CommVault's Simpana 9 software encompasses policy management, data management, information management, and storage tiering.

Healthcare providers face multiple IT issues, including silos of data, ever-growing data volumes, and regulatory changes.

CommVault claims Simpana 9 provides the ability to backup, archive, dedupe, search and access data from multiple applications and systems via a single management console; comply with policies and regulations; plan for disaster recovery and business continuity; perform effective discovery; and manage multiple virtualisation platforms.

"For the healthcare industry, managing the significant amount of patient and clinical information across hundreds of systems is a monumental task," said Dave West, vice president of marketing and business development at CommVault.

"Data needs to be protected and preserved while also being accessible and retrievable," he explained. "Simpana software helps healthcare organisations to adopt a single and unified information management approach that in turn helps them to reduce costs, increase efficiencies and meet their strict compliance needs."


 

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