Get the most out of VeeamON 2022

With less than a week until VeeamON 2022, it’s already shaping up to be an event you don’t want to miss. There’s plenty of event options so each attendee can get the most out of their experience no matter what their interests are. Want an in-depth product demo or to try it yourself in a hands-on lab? You got it. Curious what the Veeam team has to say about IT best practices or where industry trends seem to be taking us? No problem. There’s something for everyone. Read more
Anthony Spiteri
Anthony Spiteri

Senior Technologist, Product Strategy

Veeam’s Actions in Support of Ukraine

Veeam stands with all those who are impacted in Ukraine. We will continue to actively support our community, work closely with our government partners, and make future business decisions based on the evolving situation. Read more
Anand Eswaran
Anand Eswaran

Chief Executive Officer

Cybersecurity threats in 2022 – Here’s what you need to know

Cybersecurity threats are threats that focus on gaining access to an organization's digital environment. Unfortunately, it is called a threat for a reason. Attackers generally don't want to get inside to do good things to your computers and data. There are many different ways and reasons that attackers want to get into an IT environment, so let's take a closer look.  Read more
Melissa Palmer
Melissa Palmer

Team Lead/Senior Technologist, Product Strategy

Service Providers: Simplify hybrid and multi-cloud backup

As a service provider that delivers managed backup services, many of the customers you serve are rapidly adopting hyper-scale public cloud platforms such as AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud as part of a hybrid or multi-cloud strategy — and relying on you to help them protect this data along the way. In fact, over 50% of respondents surveyed said their organization is considering a hybrid-cloud strategy by 2024. Although competing against these large public cloud providers to deliver Infrastructure and Platform as a Service solutions may not be advantageous, managing and protecting this data is still a critical need and a profitable opportunity. Read more
Michael Loos
Michael Loos

VCSP Manager, Product Marketing

Introducing Veeam Backup for AWS v5

Veeam has just released version 5 of its AWS-native backup and recovery solution: Veeam Backup for AWS. Veeam is continually adding new capabilities to provide AWS users the ability to natively protect their AWS workloads and help deliver on the promise of not only cloud-native data protection, but also offer a better way to protect, control and manage data in a hybrid and multi-cloud world. Read more
David Hill
David Hill

Technologist, Product Strategy

Introducing Veeam Backup for Google Cloud v3

Veeam has just released the third version of our Google-native backup and recovery solution — Veeam Backup for Google Cloud v3. This release has a significant number of enhancements to help customers properly protect more of their Google Cloud environments, while also bringing a host of other new features related to security, ease of use and hybrid-/multi-cloud environments. Let’s start with the newest service Veeam can natively protect. Read more
David Hill
David Hill

Technologist, Product Strategy

9 Reasons Why You NEED Salesforce Backup

Data backup and recovery strategies for cloud and SaaS workloads have become hot topics among businesses large and small. The thought process has changed from if to when companies will need to recover from some type of data loss, and with Salesforce being such an intricate part of hundreds of thousands of organizations, backing up your Salesforce data has now become a necessity. Download our new 9 Reasons for Salesforce Backup HERE. Read more
Alison Connor
Alison Connor

Senior Product Marketing Manager

Remediation Lessons from Ransomware in 2022

Veeam recently published the largest independent ransomware research project of its kind, the 2022 Ransomware Trends Report. Last week, we explored the first question that has to be asked when ransomware is first discovered, “How pervasive was the attack(s)?” But after that, the organization has to decide how it will move forward by remediating the intrusion and its effects. Read more
Jason Buffington
Jason Buffington

Vice President, Solutions Strategy

Chris Hoff
Chris Hoff

Security & Data Protection Marketing Manager

Storage Decision Guide for Microsoft 365 Backups

The first Version of Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365 (V1) was released on Nov. 29, 2016. I was involved in the very first projects with the new product. Over the years, we saw a huge growth in customers and in product features as well. Due to the growth in data, usage and customer numbers, we adjusted our backup components to fit new needs. Over the last years of being a subject matter expert for Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365, I was able to collect a lot of experience I want to share with you. Read more
Benedikt Daeumling
Benedikt Daeumling

Enterprise Systems Engineer

Pervasiveness and Causes of Ransomware in 2022

Veeam recently published the largest independent ransomware research project of its kind, the 2022 Ransomware Trends Report. For the next few weeks, we’ll be unpacking some of the key findings of that research, starting with “How pervasive are these attacks?” Read more
Jason Buffington
Jason Buffington

Vice President, Solutions Strategy

Chris Hoff
Chris Hoff

Security & Data Protection Marketing Manager

What Is Driving Data Protection Strategies in Small and Medium Sized Business for 2022

When it comes to data protection in small-to-medium-sized businesses (SMB), the sector is similar in many ways, but unique in a few, when compared to larger organizations and their IT trends and strategies. That is abundantly clear when you look at both the global and the SMB-specific findings in the recently released Veeam 2022 Data Protection Trends report. Read more
Dave Russell
Dave Russell

Vice President, Enterprise Strategy

Jason Buffington
Jason Buffington

Vice President, Solutions Strategy

Veeam announces a certified Net Promoter Score of 82 in 2021

Several weeks ago, I joined Veeam as the new Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). I joined Veeam from a successful tenure at Google Cloud and prior to Google I spent 20 years at Microsoft. All throughout my career, I have worked closely with partners and I see them as integral to crafting solutions for customers. Which was a main reason I was so excited to join Veeam – their drive to find the results that work best for their customers.  Read more
John Jester
John Jester

Chief Revenue Officer