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Commvault Receives Highest Product Scores for Three Out of Three Use Cases in the 2022 Gartner® Critical Capabilities for Enterprise Backup and Recovery Software Solutions

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Commvault,  announced that Gartner, a company that delivers actionable, objective insight to executives and their teams, has given it the highest Product Score across all three use cases in the 2022 Critical Capabilities report: Data Center Environments (4.23/5), cloud environments (4.18/5), and edge environments (4.22/5).1 

Commvault Complete Backup & Recovery scored highest  in all three use cases evaluated in this research. Commvault was also recently named a Leader in the 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant™ for Enterprise Backup and Recovery Software Solutions, here Commvault has been positioned for its “Ability to Execute” and “Completeness of Vision.”2

Ranga Rajagopalan, VP of Products, Commvault, said, “Customers need to protect their data across multiple clouds, data center and edge. In our opinion Commvault has the only solution that delivers the best protection across all these environments. We think our highest scores across all three use cases in Gartner Critical Capabilities report further validates our product,” “As a Leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant, we feel customers can count on Commvault’s continued innovation to solve their most complex data management challenges.”

We believe scoring the highest across all three Use Cases for three consecutive years speaks to Commvault’s commitment to innovation in protecting, managing, and securing today’s broadest range of workloads for on-prem, edge, and multi-cloud environments.

Commvault’s software and its Metallic SaaS solutions, can ensure data is protected and recoverable wherever it lives and however the customer wants it managed – as software, SaaS-delivered, an integrated appliance, or through a member of Commvault’s expansive partner ecosystem.

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