Veeam & Infinidat: Enterprise Ransomware Protection Solution

Remember the days when your data protection strategy was designed around system failures or loss of a data center due to a catastrophe, whether manmade or natural? While preparing for these types of disasters is still very much a priority, in the past decade a new menace has surfaced, demanding the attention of organizations everywhere. Read more
Steve Firmes
Steve Firmes

Solutions Architect

What is BaaS? And why are organizations embracing BaaS & DRaaS?

Welcome to another installment in our ongoing series from the Cloud Protection Trends Report for 2023, which surveyed 1,700 “as a Service” administrators, including those utilizing Backup as a Service (BaaS) and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS). Read more
Jason Buffington
Jason Buffington

Vice President, Solutions Strategy

Stephanie Barton
Stephanie Barton

Marketing Director, Veeam Cloud Service & Providers

Protecting your critical enterprise applications

Enterprises routinely face challenges when it comes to protecting their critical workloads. Meeting demanding Service Level Agreements (SLAs), unsought multi-team workflows, and convoluted or sprawling toolsets are just a few of the common constraints that organizations routinely face. When these challenges start to compound, you quickly wind up in situations where simple tasks can grind your applications to a halt.  Read more
Matt Crape
Matt Crape

Senior Technical Product Marketer

How to Recover Quickly from a Ransomware Attack

Ransomware attacks need to be viewed under the same category as power outages and natural disasters. The requirement to recover quickly is a necessity. Recently, I'm seeing many vendors in the data protection industry advertise immutability and ransomware detection features. Both of which should absolutely be part of a company's ransomware strategy, but an immutable copy coming from spinning disk or tape can result in too much downtime for the business. It's an easy decision for a CEO or CFO if an attacker's ransom is $100,000 and the cost of downtime for a day is $500,000. The only question at that point becomes how do we make a Coinbase account to transfer Bitcoin? Read more
Brad Linch
Brad Linch

Enterprise Systems Engineering Manager

The Microsoft 365 Shared Responsibility Model

The No. 1 question we get all the time: “Why do I need to back up my Microsoft 365 Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business and Microsoft Teams data?” And it’s normally instantaneously followed up with a statement similar to this: “Microsoft takes care of it.” Do they? Are you sure? To add some clarity to this discussion, we’ve created a Microsoft 365 Shared Responsibility Model. It’s designed to help you — and anyone close to this technology — understand exactly what Microsoft is responsible for and what responsibility falls on the business itself. After all — it is YOUR data! Read more
Russ Kerscher
Russ Kerscher

Director, Product Marketing

Can you restore your Salesforce data?

As Veeam released Veeam Backup for Salesforce, Veeam also published the data protection industry’s first independent research project on protecting Salesforce data by surveying 800 unbiased respondents across three personas (Salesforce administrators, backup administrators, IT operations): The 2022 Salesforce Protection Trends Report. Read more
Jason Buffington
Jason Buffington

Vice President, Solutions Strategy

Alison Connor
Alison Connor

Senior Product Marketing Manager

How to Scan Backups for Ransomware

Protect, Detect and Recover! The three key pillars a backup vendor is expected to offer when it comes to the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. The top priority on that list is protecting your data. A secure backup both on premises and in a private or public cloud offers immense protection. This can protect data from both a hacker accessing the backup server as well as the backup repository. Secondly, the ability to recovery quickly is crucial. Read more
Brad Linch
Brad Linch

Enterprise Systems Engineering Manager

Optimizing hybrid cloud backup for 2023 with V12

2023 is fast-approaching, as is the release of Veeam Platform v12. Now is a great time to take a closer look at your backup strategies from all directions: To the cloud, of the cloud and even from the cloud. From consistent cloud bill shock, to the overwhelming tyranny of choice in cloud platforms and services, to the ever-looming threat of a cyber-attack, there’s a litany of reasons organizations should consider taking time to evaluate and optimize. Read more
Leah Troscianecki
Leah Troscianecki

Product Marketing Manager, Cloud Product Marketing