There are benefits in task automation, beyond the obvious of time-saving. Task automation also reduces the chances of mistakes during the process, and ensures repeatability, regardless of who performs the task.
Suppose you have a new business requirement to protect your stored business-critical data from modification or deletion. This new business requires that you comply with market data protection standards, or it has a specified legal requirement.
Have you ever wondered how you might deploy Microsoft Azure Backup to protect your Azure Virtual Machine? You would like to get started, but remain a little hesitant because there are so many options available? Or you believe your Azure workload doesn’t require backup?
By now you are hearing a lot about Windows Containers, or Containers technology in general, but have not felt the need to get engaged with them yet. Or, by now, you are interested enough to begin researching the deployment of your first Windows 2019 Container Server.
You have a good reason to use Microsoft Azure SQL Databases; but, you are wondering how you can backup the Database locally. Can you include the Azure Databases protection in your company’s backup strategy? What does it take to back up the Azure Databases?
Are you thinking of backing up your Microsoft Office 365 Exchange Online and wish to size your backup accurately? Is there any way to measure the total size of your consumed Exchange Online storage, Change rate and more?
There will come a time when you have to determine the total size of your Microsoft Exchange Online mailbox, or an individual mailbox’s size? Sometimes you will want to know the Item counts per mailbox, or the counts for the all the mailboxes. Is there an easy way to do this? Well, read on …
Veeam Backup for Office 365 v1 and v2 are very advanced backup products for backing up the Office 365 services; yet, it still lacks the self-service portal features necessary for end users to self-service their emails backup and restores.
Veeam Backup for Office 365 version 2 was released last week. In this blog post, and following the Sydney VeeamOn event where the following videos were presented, I’m pleased to share the demonstration with you all to help you quickly get started with a few basic topics.