File:Commvault logo 2019.svg
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|DescriptionCommvault logo 2019.svg||
The logo of CommVault Systems – data management and information management software company
|Date||19 November 2019|
|Source||Vectorised by Vulphere from https://www.commvault.com/ (SVG code)|
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|22:00, 9 October 2020||512 × 195 (3 KB)||AlexTux2014||Uploaded a work by CommVault Systems from https://www.commvault.com/ with UploadWizard|
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|Short title||CommVault Systems logo|