Veeam Service Provider Console v6: Hitting the easy button for licensing plus other enhancements

Veeam has been focused on reducing the pain of licensing in general for a number of years now and specifically in the Veeam Cloud & Service Provider (VCSP) space with the Veeam Service Provider Console (aka The Console). All the while, we have also been hard at work developing a specifically focused tool for our VCSP partners to leverage for licensing called VCSP Pulse. Read more
Anthony Spiteri
Anthony Spiteri

Senior Technologist, Product Strategy

Undercover no more: Meet the new Veeam Agent for Mac and the rest of the band

Despite cloud and virtual environments' popularity and rapid containers adoption, physical servers and endpoints' protection remain crucial for a proper backup strategy for many organizations out there. Veeam keeps providing support for those types of systems, ensuring that all Windows, Linux and now Mac workloads can be centrally managed and protected. With the V11 release, we expand this offering even further, so let's dive into new capabilities and discuss how you can leverage them better in your company. Read more
Andrew Zhelezko
Andrew Zhelezko

Global Technologist, Product Strategy

V11: Linux, Mac, Azure and more! Increase power and reach with Veeam Service Provider Console v5

Veeam remains focused on developing integrated cloud and managed service operation capabilities, so service providers can continue to have awareness and control of workloads no matter where they live. With the release of Veeam Service Provider Console v5 we have expanded on its purpose-built capabilities, adding full agent support and extending to the public cloud the ability for our service providers to leverage, giving them the ability to drive new service offerings. Read more
Anthony Spiteri
Anthony Spiteri

Senior Technologist, Product Strategy

How Service Providers protect your data against common cybersecurity threats

Security challenges for IT professionals and organizations today are multitudinous. Every day we learn of an organization that became a victim to a cybersecurity breach or other malicious event, such as ransomware, essentially putting their business and their customers’ sensitive data at risk. Your infrastructure, networks and data should be protected, and most organizations strive to implement appropriate risk aversion measures and tactics. Read more
Tim Hudson
Tim Hudson

Solutions Architect, VCSP Engineering Team

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

3 Critical Strategies for Protecting Remote Workers Data

As many organizations deal with the new rigors of remote-working and the challenge of protecting critical business data on PCs, we wanted to remind you of a few Veeam solutions that can help during stressful times and into the future. In this article, we’ll bring a Veeam perspective on tool configurations as well as provide some advice on business security and successful data protection. Read more
Andrew Zhelezko
Andrew Zhelezko

Global Technologist, Product Strategy

Today, More Than Ever, Community Comes First

Barely six weeks into the year, the entire planet became gripped with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The virus has become the prevalent focus of concern for governments across the world, all putting aside other policies and differences to battle the situation and protect communities. It’s in times like these that we see the resilience of people coming together to fight a common enemy; we have seen unity and camaraderie in all walks of life as peoples’ health and safety must be put ahead of anything else. Read more
William H. Largent
William H. Largent

Chairman of the Board

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. Read more
Rick Vanover
Rick Vanover

Senior Director, Product Strategy

v10: Introducing Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows v4

2020 is already off to a great start with the recent release of Veeam Backup & Replication v10 as well as Veeam Agents for Microsoft Windows/Linux v4. Veeam continues to stay true to its heritage by offering both free and paid versions of these products, and Veeam Agents for Microsoft Windows and Linux v4 are offered as both a Standalone option as well as integrated with Veeam Backup & Replication. Let’s dive into what Veeam Agents for Microsoft Windows v4 has to offer and why this release is hugely important. Read more
Travis Miller
Travis Miller

Product Marketing Analyst