Veeam resources you need to be aware of

Periodically when I’m talking with customers, they may ask a question, and my response is, “Did you know about…” or “The answer can be found…”. Often, the customer will indicate they were not aware of that specific resource, and it got me thinking. It would be great to share some of the best Veeam resources that you may have never heard of. Read more
Chris McDonald
Chris McDonald

Senior Systems Engineer

How to backup your laptop

To put it simply, we all should "hope for the best, prepare for the worst." The 3-2-1 Rule does just that; it helps you prepare for the worst while keeping the process simple and easy. Take 10 seconds and think of the worst three things that could happen to your data. Let's explore all the options on our hands. Read more
Travis Miller
Travis Miller

Product Marketing Analyst

How to capture and inspect network packets in Windows

Microsoft originally offered the Microsoft Network Monitor which was subsequently succeeded by the Microsoft Message Analyzer application. Unfortunately, Microsoft has discontinued the Microsoft Message Analyzer and removed its download links. Therefore, only the older Microsoft Network Monitor is available. In this article, we are going to see how to capture and inspect packets using the latest available version of Microsoft Network Monitor. Read more
Adam Bertram
Adam Bertram

Guest author

Working from home? How about free backup!

I’m generally a work-in-the-office type of person, however, if you’re working from home, it may be time to assess the need for endpoint backups. I’m convinced it is important, and I’ll explain why in this blog.

The reality is when working arrangements change, data creating and sharing change too. This is rather important when you consider we’re used to working in the office with presumably more direct access to central resources and peers. If this changes, we should think about backing things up.

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Rick Vanover
Rick Vanover

Senior Director, Product Strategy