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Commvault expands India presence with new Hyderabad office

Commvault announced the expansion of its presence in India with a move to a new and bigger office in Hyderabad. 

The new office to accommodate the emergent demand for its services in India is almost double the area of the old one and is in the prime central location of Madhapur area of Hyderabad in the 'V' Ascendas IT park. 

This area is known as the center of Information Technology activity and has the highest concentration of IT/ITES establishments in the city. 

With a seating capacity of 250, the new office will cater to the increased workforce that will address the burgeoning Indian market.

The new office in Hyderabad houses our Development Centre, and is one of the five locations in India where Commvault has a presence.

The state-of-the-art facility provides a contemporary work culture with a gymnasium to promote health and fitness among the employees and a communal area where employees can relax and interact with activities and games.

Commvault India VP Ramesh Mamgain says, “The expansion of our presence in India is a measure of our commitment to the Indian market. 

“With Chief Technology Officers (CTOs) of India Inc. looking to adopt data-centric practices for management and protection of company data, there is a huge untapped potential for our data management and protection solutions.”

“With our growing workforce, we are in a position to address the future demand for our services."

The Union Budget 2018 saw the Government of India doubling the allocation toward Digital India with an enhanced push to the National Mission on Cyberspace Security. 

This has set the direction for data protection to take center stage for India Inc. 

The framework to regulate data privacy in India and the upcoming implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the EU, presents a tremendous opportunity for the growth of the data management and protection sector in India.

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