Commvault, a recognised global enterprise software leader in the management of data for cloud and on premises environments, will host Commvault GO 2019 Oct. 14-16, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. Commvault GO is the only industry event dedicated to backup and recovery for the progressive enterprise.

Building on the success of last year’s sold-out conference, the event will bring together Commvault customers, partners, executives and other thought leaders to talk about how recent technology innovations can help customers solve today’s hard problems and transform the way they protect, manage and activate data. Attendees can expect to hear best practices on innovations like AI-powered self-driving backup, automation, scale-out infrastructure and dynamic data indexing technologies.

The event will be held at the new Gaylord Rockies and will feature thought-provoking presentations from industry luminaries, breakout sessions with Commvault customers and employees, and exhibition displays from Commvault’s robust partner ecosystem.

“We are excited to bring Commvault GO 2019 to Denver, one of the world’s fastest growing technology hubs, located right in the middle of the stunning Rocky Mountains,” said Chris Powell, chief marketing officer, Commvault. “We think it is the perfect location for attendees to discuss how enterprises can use new technologies to overcome the limitations of traditional data management.”

Commvault will offer exclusive discounted supplemental training and certification courses prior to the conference with training days being held October 12-13th.

Commvault GO 2019 is ideal for professionals who play strategic, leadership, and operational roles in progressive, data-driven organisations. Feedback from attendees at last year’s conference shows why data experts should attend:

  • “Commvault GO has become the ‘go-to’ event to learn and discover all things data and the market forces and innovation that drive transformation. We look forward to it every year,” said Matthew Magbee, Redhat Engineer/Disaster Recovery, Sonic Health.
  • “Commvault GO can really inspire companies to think about what data can do for their business. Through Commvault, we’ve been able to centralise data protection and think beyond disaster recovery to drive digital transformation,” said Ryan Sinnwell, Senior IT Manager, Infrastructure, The Weitz Company
  • “Great show from start to end. Networking opportunities are highly valuable. Also the ‘meet the expert’ sessions are a great thing to have as access to those individuals is priceless,” said Michael Ball, Lead Network Engineer II, Catholic Health.

Get Them While They Last – Sponsorship Opportunities for Partners

Commvault GO sponsorships offer organisations unique brand exposure and one-on-one connections with a high-value audience composed of Commvault key customers and prospects, strategic partners and other influential attendees. Click here to learn more about sponsoring opportunities associated with Commvault GO.

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