Veeam Needs Your Vote!

Veeam Needs Your Vote!

We usually don’t ask for much! In fact we typically want to give back more than we ask for – just look at all of our great FREE products including the FastSCP, Veeam Reporter and Veeam Monitor …yes, all FREE!

With that said, we would sincerely be grateful for your help and time and we would like to ask you for your VOTE!


We need you because Virtualization Review is doing a 2010 Readers Choice Ballot and we really hope you will vote for our two products that are listed on the ballot:

  • Please vote for “Veeam Backup & Replication 5.0” on Question 3 (Best Virtual Business Continuity Product)
  • Please vote for “Veeam ONE” on Question 6 (Best Virtual Management & Optimization Product).

We think that these are both excellent products for VMware data protection and VMware management and hope to use the survey as a way for everyone to get a chance to get to know these great products.


We thank you and will keep you posted on the results,
- Veeam Teeam


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Doug Hazelman (VMDoug)
Doug Hazelman (VMDoug)

Doug Hazelman is Vice President, Product Strategy, Chief Evangelist. Doug consults with customers, partners and industry analysts on key considerations for implementing virtual server infrastructures. He works with Veeam’s R&D team to enhance and develop new Veeam products to address market needs, and advises customers on best practices for managing virtual environments. Doug shares his expertise via the Veeam blog and other social media outlets. Doug has spoken about virtualization management at VMworld, the Nordic Virtualization Conference, Interop, and other events including regional VMUG meetings. He is a VMware vExpert for 2011 and has also appeared on's "Ask the Experts."

Prior to joining Veeam, Doug was an IT infrastructure consultant with Bennett Adelson. Earlier in his career he was the director of Product Management for Migration Solutions at Quest Software. Doug was with Aelita Software in various technical and product management roles for more than five years before it was acquired by Quest Software in 2004.

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