Commvault announces unique mainstage agenda for Commvault GO 2018 with GO ‘X’ Rapid-Fire Speaker Session
Sep 27th, 2018

Commvault, a recognised global leader in backup, recovery, the cloud and data management across any hybrid environment, today announced that its third annual Commvault GO event, to be held on Oct. 10-11, 2018 in Nashville, TN, will play host to more customer, partner and analyst speakers than ever before.

With a mainstage agenda including participation from Bill Nye ‘The Science Guy’, entertainer, Steve Connell, and globally recognised brands such as: Maersk, Tivo, American Pacific Mortgage, AudienceView and Alectra Utilities; plus a one hour ‘rapid-fire’ session around the theme ‘Data Done Differently’, Commvault GO 2018 is set to be more engaging and interactive than ever before.

Mainstage speaking done differently at Commvault GO 2018                            

As part of a unique mainstage format this year, GOx will consist of eight, seven-minute speaker slots in a lighting-round approach, bringing together third party industry experts, analysts and partners, to address some of today’s most challenging data-centric business and technology issues.

Topics for the rapid-fire GO ‘X’ session will include:

    • Bringing AI into the Cloud
    • Why AI, Machine Learning and analytics is driving a different approach to data protection
    • Leveraging ‘Scale Out’ approaches to take a different approach to storage and data protection
    • Finding the ‘value’ in your data protection investment
    • Data Done Differently: a roadmap to best practice data management
    • Is ‘as-a-service data protection’ the right option for you?

During this, the show’s third year, attendees will choose from more than 150 speaker sessions with an opportunity to learn how Commvault’s solutions have helped some of the most recognisable global brands to look after their ever-changing data and business needs.

Commvault GO 2018 attendees will explore how to help their organisations simplify, streamline and scale backup and recovery processes across diverse infrastructure environments, enhance their use of multiple cloud environments for storage, application deployment and disaster recovery, recover quickly from ransomware and malware attacks, and continue to meet the demands of GDPR and other evolving global regulatory requirements.

Must see speaker sessions at Commvault GO 2018 include:

  • Cloud disaster recovery that meets RTO and RPO goals
  • Cloud customer panel: what we did right, what we changed and future goals
  • Digital transformation: from strategic vision to value delivery
  • When secondary data becomes your primary concern
  • Amplify your data: use a single platform for DR, backup and everything in between
  • 5 benefits of Commvault HyperScale™ technology: finding the right solution for your business
  • Adding control and scale to your multi-cloud environment
  • GDPR: the first few months in hindsight
  • Beyond backup: trends for data in the cloud
  • Ransomware is here to stay! What else can you do to be prepared?

“With a more interactive and diverse agenda than ever before, Commvault GO 2018 is the ‘must attend event’ when it comes to solving the biggest and most pressing data questions faced by business and IT leaders today,” said Chris Powell, Chief Marketing Officer at Commvault. “With 24 returning sponsors, and 11 new ones this year, levels of interest in the show are at an all-time high, as companies and individuals continue to recognise the unique opportunity and value represented by this event. Commvault GO is the industry’s stand-out event for those looking to leverage the latest innovations in and around data.”

Commvault GO 2018 in Nashville, Tennessee: A must ‘GO’ destination!

Commvault GO will be held at Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Centre in Nashville. Known as “Music City,” Nashville offers attendees a night-life like no other city in the world. In fact, this year’s GO closing-night party will take place in the heart of all of Nashville’s music scene – at the city’s newest, in-demand clubs: Jason Aldean’s Kitchen & Rooftop Bar, and the interconnected club by Luke Bryan known as Luke’s 32 Bridge Food + Drink.

Whether it’s walking down Broadway and dipping into one of the many local honky-tonks to take in live music, or checking out one of its many museums and historic stages, there is no shortage of things to do in Nashville.

The Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Centre plays host to all the excitement of Commvault GO that Nashville brings its guests by being located near all the local attractions including the Grand Ole Opry, Opry Mills, the Country Music Hall of Fame, the General Jackson Showboat and much more.

Playing host to Commvault for the first time, the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Centre is easily accessible by car and rail, and it is also close to Nashville International Airport.

Register today and be part of the #CommvaultGO 2018 conversation

Business leaders and IT professional interested in attending Commvault GO 2018 can still register for the conference here, but be quick as places are limited.

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