5 ways Veeam protects Office 365 that BaaS vendors can’t match

As you evaluate Office 365 Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS) vendors, you may notice a few similarities in how they describe their solutions – “easy deployments” and “cost efficient” are buzzwords commonly used. However, before you decide to utilize a BaaS vendor, you need to be aware of a few pitfalls. Veeam’s foundational approach to Office 365 backup has 5 clear advantages over most BaaS vendors in the market, and they are reasons why our customers love Veeam. Let’s take a close look. Read more
Edward Watson
Edward Watson

Senior Manager, Product Marketing

Cloud Object Storage Deep Dive – Part Two, Implementation

In part one we looked at the characteristics that make up the cloud object storage offerings of the main three cloud providers (Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services/AWS, Google Cloud Platform/GCP). Now that we understand what to look for from our cloud providers and the features they have available, we’ll look at what information we need to gather to build our own cost and performance estimates to implement object storage ourselves. Read more
Michael Paul
Michael Paul

Guest author, Veeam Legend

Next-gen Office 365 backup security auditing and reporting

Office 365 numbers continue to grow — at the time of writing this there are 250 million daily users on Microsoft Teams — the information being produced and stored is critical to any business. Veeam offers native protection for these workloads with Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365. For those customers who are already using native protection for Office 365, this article is an overview of product observability, reporting, dashboards, and more. Read more
Jorge De La Cruz
Jorge De La Cruz

Senior Systems Engineer

Protecting VMware vCenter by Using a “Least Privilege Model”

Third-party software that interacts with VMware vCenter must store credentials somewhere. These credentials are the target of attackers as they often provide high privileges on one of the central components of a busines IT infrastructure. This blog post shows how a “least privilege model” implementation with Veeam Backup & Replication can work. Read more
Hannes Kasparick
Hannes Kasparick

Senior Analyst, Product Management

Protecting Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC)

Some of the challenges facing IT organizations today are around not only protecting and restoring workloads, but also the configurations of the actual cloud environment itself. This is just like in the on-premises world where infrastructure configurations are protected, like network switch configurations, VMware vCenter, firewall rules, etc. In AWS, the equivalent service that provides these resources is called Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC). Read more
David Hill
David Hill

Technologist, Product Strategy

What is the 3-2-1 backup rule?

The 3-2-1 Rule is a rule to live by. Here at Veeam, we have been advocating this rule for many years to help organizations ensure recoverability when it is needed most. In this blog post I’m going to explain the 3-2-1 Rule and show you the way to upgrade it to a more modern and resilient way of thinking! Read more
Rick Vanover
Rick Vanover

Senior Director, Product Strategy

Why backup Google Cloud data?

This is a question not to be taken lightly. Unfortunately, more often than not, such questions are one of the last to consider when planning a migration to the cloud. It’s sort of a unified assumption these days that whatever goes to the cloud is protected by default. Well, how can it not be? Isn’t it the part of the “as-a-service” piece? Read more
Kirill Zverev
Kirill Zverev

Senior Global Product Marketing Manager

Cloud Object Storage Deep Dive – Part One, Comparison

Today we’re going to explore the big three (Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Platform), how their pricing models are similar and differ, and how to make the most of them when designing a backup strategy that incorporates any of them. These three aren’t the only object storage providers that Veeam integrate with, and most of the lessons within this blog will be applicable to any storage vendor. Read more
Michael Paul
Michael Paul

Guest author, Veeam Legend