What are your options should you wish to switch from one backup product to another? Is there an easy way to make the switch; or, are you stuck with your underperforming backup product forever? On this post, let’s examine the options you might have, and the journey you might take.
Veeam Software introduced a Windows Agent product several months ago, and Veeam Marketing flooded us with messages about Cloud Backup and Cloud VM Protection. But reading and listening to the marketing messages, it appears that many Service Providers are sill lacking the full visibility
Security, Segregation, Data Backup and Data Restore; these do not always play well together. Sometimes, when you build a secure infrastructure to protect and secure your Tenants’, or your Data, you will introduce an unavoidable challenge; especially when it comes to data backup and recovery.
What does the Backup Copy Job do?
It uses the backup files in an existing Veeam Backup Repository as a source to create a new set of backup files in a secondary repository.
From the many challenging tasks IT departments have to navigate when managing the modern data centre, data availability and data recovery are some of the most critical. The reason is what Gartner calls the “Data Explosion”. As humans living in the digitised world,
On my earlier blog post of 17 July 2017 which I published on the Veeam Blog, I wrote about the new Veeam backup for Office 365. I mentioned that Veeam designed and built the latest version 1.5 with Service Providers in mind.
I am struggling to remember the last time my server stopped working after a Microsoft update. In spite of that, I still use the Windows Blue Screen (BSOD) graphic as a way to emphasize how important it is for Windows users to have backups, and Continue reading