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Monday, October 31, 2011
Guest post by Koh Eng Kheng
After a successful event in Sydney, CommVault is going to vForum Singapore! On November 9th we will be demonstrating the capabilities of CommVault's modern data management and protection products such as our Virtual Server Data Protection and Scalable Virtual Infrastructure implementation. You can follow the #vForumCV hashtag on Twitter for updates about demos and our booth activities during the conference. This is a one-day event and admission is FREE, so don't miss it!
CommVault latest #WildWildData infographic, featuring data from our CIO LinkedIn Market Pulse Survey, reveals what CIOs are saying about their current data management practices and the challenges associated with Big Data. According to our infographic, 42 percent of CIOs describe their current data management practices as outdated and 31 percent as chaotic – This is one reality we cannot ignore.
Lee Poh Wah, Channel Solutions Strategist for CommVault Asia-Pacific & Japan, will address some of the central aspects of the data protection challenge during his presentation at vForum Singapore. The focus will be on the key challenge of quickly and efficiently backing up and managing the data supporting the virtual infrastructure of large-scale VMware and vCloud Director deployments. Please join him to learn more about:
Who: Lee Poh Wah, Channel Solutions Strategist for CommVault Asia-Pacific & Japan
What: "Modernize your Data and Information Architecture for your Cloud"
When: Wednesday, November 9, 2011 at 4:20 p.m. SGT
Koh Eng Kheng is Regional Director, ASEAN for CommVault.
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