It was announced this week that Veeam’s co-founder Ratmir Timashev donated $17M to The Ohio State University, the largest individual or foundation contribution to the College of Arts & Sciences in the school’s history. The donation will support construction of a new music building named the Timashev Family Music Building. It will also support the renovation of Celeste Laboratory of Chemistry and create endowed scholarships for Arts and Sciences students.
I wanted to take a moment to reflect on the past year and consider what has been a tremendous period for Veeam. During the last 12 months, Veeam has continued to focus on the customer, executing its vision to be the most trusted provider of backup solutions that deliver Cloud Data Management. It’s not an easy task to continue innovating and delivering success to more than 375K customers, but that’s what we have been doing.
Having the right account and knowing your backups’ components is a critical first step in the backup process, but you also need to know the scope of the Microsoft Office 365 environment you want to back up. Which services do you plan on including in this backup scope? Knowing the components you plan on backing up will help greatly when it comes to capacity and resource planning.
Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 is responsible for backing up and restoring Exchange, OneDrive, and SharePoint online data. What most administrators don’t know is that Microsoft protects the underlying hardware where the data sits but not the data itself, meaning if someone was to modify your data through an access point, Microsoft is not responsible for restoring it back to a previous state. The following articles in this series will help you get started with the product so you can start protecting your Microsoft Office 365 environment today.
“If you’re moving to cloud primarily to save money, you would be terribly surprised with the result,” – that’s quite a popular phrase that’s been floating around in my team talks. While we always agree about cloud advantages such as ease of use, flexibility and so on, it requires some rethinking in terms of how you spend money there. In this article, I’m going to share a few tips based on my experience with AWS cost optimization.
On May 21, the second generation of VMware Cloud on Dell EMC, a fully managed VMware Cloud service, was unveiled. For customers with limited IT staff, managing infrastructures remotely and managing at scale can prove difficult. VMware Cloud on Dell EMC provides a fully managed cloud service that enables customers to rely on VMware as a single point of contact to service those locations as necessary.
Knowing all the options to help protect your environment is great but it’s time to put the pieces together. The question you should be asking is not "If it will happen?" but "Are you prepared when it does happen?" Are you waiting for ransomware to activate in your environment or are you taking steps to mitigate damage before it happens? This article will help you take the steps today to answer those questions and what tools we offer to make this possible.