Global enterprise software leader in data management for cloud and on-prem environments, Commvault, recently announced the lineup of keynote presenters for Commvault GO 2019, including Academy Award-winning filmmaker Jimmy Chin, and Hollywood stunt performers Chloe Bruce and Bobby Holland Hanton. In addition to this, the event will also feature a keynote speech by Commvault’s CEO and President, Sanjay Mirchandani.
In a press statement, Mirchandani said, “our keynote speakers exemplify how to be ‘More than Ready’ to act, adapt, and lead, just like our customers, who are charged with protecting their companies from all kinds of disasters. Our stunt doubles, or as we like to think of them, our ‘backup heroes,’ are always ‘more than ready’ to take on the biggest and most challenging obstacles.”
Commvault GO will take place at the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center in Denver, Colorado, October 14-16, 2019. The event will feature over 100 breakouts, labs, mini-theaters, and customer and industry-specific speaking sessions.
The Commvault GO Keynote Lineup of ‘More than Ready’ Speakers
- Jimmy Chin: Jimmy Chin is an Academy Award-winning filmmaker, National Geographic photographer, and mountain sports athlete known for his experience in high-risk environments. In 2006, he was part of the first American team to ski off the summit of Mount Everest. He has received numerous photography awards, as well as the Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival for his 2015 film, “Meru.” Chin stated, “when you and your cameras are right next to someone attempting to free-solo the 3,000 foot El Capitan in Yosemite National Park, you better be ready for anything. If you aren’t, you might miss a breathtaking shot or put yourself and others at risk. I look forward to sharing what I have learned in preparing to film in extremely high-risk environments – lessons which will help Commvault GO attendees better prepare to take on their own tough data challenges.”
- Chloe Bruce: Professional martial artist, fitness guru, and stuntwoman, Chloe Bruce said in a press statement, “since I first started learning martial arts as a child, I have worked to make myself ready to achieve, if not the impossible, then the improbable. This intense preparation has enabled me to realize some of my proudest achievements…At Commvault GO I will share what I have learned over the years on how to fully prepare yourself to achieve your goals and be a backup hero.”
- Bobby Holland Hanton: Stuntman, Hanton stated, “whether you are a stuntman like me…or a business or IT leader who needs to fight off ransomware attacks, many of the same rules apply on how to be completely ready to handle your next challenge.”
Commvault GO 2019 attendees will learn how Commvault solutions can help their organizations streamline backup and recovery processes across divers and hybrid environments, enhance their use of multiple clouds for storage, recover from ransomware or malware attacks, and simplify comprehensive disaster recovery.
To read Commvault’s full press release, click here.
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