VeeamON 2015 is officially underway here in Las Vegas. Whether you’re at the conference or waiting for recorded videos at home, we have some brief highlights from day one of the conference where overall mantra revolved around data Availability.
Join hundreds of IT pros from all around the globe on Oct. 22 for one of most anticipated events of October — an exclusive preview of Veeam Cloud Connect Replication! (registration for the live event is open) Veeam will be on–the-air with Luca Dell’Oca, Veeam’s service provider evangelist, and the irreplaceable “celebrity” hosts of VeeamLIVE, Jose Mendoza and Shawn Lieu.
Each year, Veeam has a Customer Satisfaction Survey to gage the satisfaction levels and get the opinion of customers about Veeam products. We also identify strengths and weaknesses in the services we provide with this survey. Our most recent survey was administered from January 2015 to February 2015. We’d like to share some key results and meaningful metrics here.
Many eyes in the technology world are on Veeam’s Premier Data Center Availability Event, VeeamON 2014, taking place in Las Vegas, Nevada this week.
October 6, the first day of the conference, was dedicated to partners, and I’d say it was deeply nerdy and user-friendly at the same time. Personally, the energetic atmosphere was very different from other conferences I’ve ever attended. And the information was definitely interesting.
Making a long story short, there were three key takeaways from Day 1 I wanted to share with you today.
How often do you feel that there are too many things to do? This week, this feeling hasn’t left me And I bet that’s the same case with the majority of Veeam employees these days.
As you know, we’re actively preparing for VeeamON, one of the most important IT events in 2014, which will take place in Las Vegas on October 6-8. Our celebrities (Veeam experts who will present at VeeamON) are under a lot of pressure. And the cool thing is that they keep surprising me!
This week, Mike Resseler, one of the best Veeam experts focused on ...
In the previous post, How-to: Free Exchange discovery tool helps admin, I described how to make a quick, easy and free e-discovery in a Microsoft Exchange database. In a similar way, you can recover any deleted email or item from the .EDB.
Let’s take a closer look. There is a market for paid Exchange recovery tools where it is possible to restore single mailbox items from the raw Exchange database (.EDB); however their price is very high. You can get similar granular recovery with Veeam for free.
If you’ve got a problem with your Exchange Server, Veeam Explorer for Microsoft Exchange can help recover mailboxes, messages, contacts, folders, tasks and other individual items. Follow ...
Today we’re happy to announce general availability of Veeam Backup & Replication Add-on for Kaseya! The first release is available now for download at the Veeam website.
Veeam Backup & Replication Add-on for Kaseya is completely FREE and intended for service providers (and IT departments) who use Kaseya VSA to manage IT environments remotely and at the same time use Veeam Backup & Replication to protect vSphere and Hyper-V VMs.
Below, I’ve tried to answer the most common questions about the add-on, describe its key features and more.
When a small company decides to virtualize its servers on the basis of Microsoft Hyper-V and consolidate them on fewer physical machines, one of the first questions is, “Which edition of Windows Server 2012 R2 is best for us?”
Despite the availability of a wide range of editions of Windows Server 2012 R2, from the licensing point of view, it’s best to discuss only three of them: Standard, Datacenter and the free Microsoft Hyper-V Server, because only these three editions offer virtualization.
I hope this never happens to you, but if you ever receive a legal discovery request, you may find this post useful. One of my IT friends shared this story of when he had to do an exchange discovery for a set of keyword combinations on historical email communications that he thought might have happened 2 years ago. This kind of discovery would be a real challenge for a lot of IT organizations.