Data Privacy and Security

Commvault thinks it's hip, and is stealing talent from rivals to prove it

Data protection is necessary, but not cool. And Commvault, as a 20+ year-old provider of data protection and management services, doesn’t exactly come across like a trendy startup. However, its employees tell me otherwise.

“I think Commvault is hip,” says Christian Lang, EMEA Sales VP. “We're bringing a lot of people on board who are joining us coming from competition.”

Lang says recent months have seen waves of recruits looking to join the New Jersey-based company from the likes of EMC, Veeam, and Veritas.

“They are finding something at Commvault, not only top technology but I think a company with a good change culture which allows failure, where we are really working hard on moving forward, changing things.”

Mark Jow, EMEA Technical Services VP, agrees.

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Dan Swinhoe

Dan is a journalist at CSO Online. Previously he was Senior Staff Writer at IDG Connect.

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