45 Microsoft 365 recovery options with Veeam

Backup is important, but equally important is having a variety of recovery options at your disposal. Veeam is famous for its breadth of recovery options within its platform across cloud, virtual, physical, Software as a Service (SaaS) and Kubernetes workloads. In this blog, we’ll unpack the 45 recovery options that come with Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365 and how they can help you bring back data in the way that makes the most sense for your business.  Read more
Edward Watson
Edward Watson

Senior Manager, Product Marketing

Veeam Is #1 For Microsoft 365 Backup In Sirius Study

Sirius is well known for testing solutions as part of their Data Protection Heatmap study, and they recently focused on reviewing Microsoft 365 backup solutions. Concluding this recent review, it was determined that Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365 outperformed all other solutions in all the key areas. I had the opportunity to interview Michael Stempf, who is the Data Protection & Information Management Practice Owner at Sirius, so we could learn more about the study and understand why our Veeam solution ranked the highest. Read more
Edward Watson
Edward Watson

Senior Manager, Product Marketing

#1 Microsoft 365 backup guide

Since the inception of Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365, Veeam has made it our mission to educate the IT community on the importance of protecting data in Office 365. Fortunately, as time has gone by, more and more organizations understand the “why” of SaaS backup and want to focus on the “how”. So, we have created a new easy-to-read technical guide on Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 which explains everything from what the components are, to how get up and running creating your first backups and restores. Let’s cover a few important aspects of deploying Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365. Read more
Edward Watson
Edward Watson

Senior Manager, Product Marketing

7 Reasons Why Microsoft 365 Backup is Critical

In 2021, we recorded that our Office 365 backup solution had more than 210,000 downloads, 25,000 customers and 8.5M users under paid contract. We also saw a staggering 73% YoY growth in 2021. At this point in time, our internal research as well as industry analysts observe that Veeam is now a leader for Microsoft 365 backup in terms of overall market share. Read more
Edward Watson
Edward Watson

Senior Manager, Product Marketing

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

Does Office 365 require a third-party backup? A Microsoft MVP’s perspective

This blog explains five essential security, compliance and availability capabilities built into Office 365. These capabilities provide excellent value to Office 365 users, and there is no reason for you not to leverage them. However, these features were not purpose-built to be a backup solution, so there are gaps and trade-offs to consider if you want to use them for backup. Microsoft makes strategic business decisions about where to invest in certain features. They have chosen not to invest in a purpose-built Office 365 backup solution. They have left this gap for their strategic partners, like Veeam, to fill. Read more
Edward Watson
Edward Watson

Senior Manager, Product Marketing

2 steps to move your business to the cloud with NEW Veeam Cloud Mobility

Recently Veeam expanded on its existing cloud capabilities with the greatly anticipated release of Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 Update 4. This release has produced an overarching portability solution, Veeam Cloud Mobility, which contains support for restoring to Microsoft Azure, Azure Stack as well as AWS. In this blog, we’ll cover the business challenge these restore capabilities solve, how businesses can use them, and the advantage of using Veeam’s features over comparable features in the market. Read more
Edward Watson
Edward Watson

Senior Manager, Product Marketing

Veeam’s NEW native cloud object storage delivers infinite capacity

In this blog, we’ll cover the challenges we’re addressing through Veeam Cloud Tier — what it is, how it works and the benefits you can take advantage of. You’ll also learn a few points about the uniqueness and innovation built into Veeam Cloud Tier compared to other backup providers. Veeam is changing the data protection game again! Read more
Edward Watson
Edward Watson

Senior Manager, Product Marketing

Special for service providers — Veeam is now on virtual, physical and in the cloud!

Earlier this year, Veeam showed their commitment to Veeam Cloud & Servicer Provider (VCSP) partners with the collaboration of the FREE Cloud Services offer — a truly unprecedented offer for their customers to extend Availability to the cloud. But for Veeam, that is only the beginning of their plans to help their VCSP partners in 2017. With the release of new service provider-enabled solutions, Veeam is once again giving VCSP partners an opportunity to bring extra value to their customers. Veeam’s new offer will help get VCSP partners up and running quickly, and provide new Veeam-powered services with no financial obligation.

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Edward Watson
Edward Watson

Senior Manager, Product Marketing

Veeam VTL to Amazon S3 & Glacier: A cost-effective tape alternative!

Today most big storage providers offer some form of long-term physical tape library storage, which enables customers to utilize a cost-efficient cold storage option. But, there can be a few key issues faced with physical tape library storage. The first is complexity that surrounds exportation and management. The second is the cost of upgrading – old tapes are slow and unreliable but new ones are not cheap.

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Edward Watson
Edward Watson

Senior Manager, Product Marketing