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Veeam: 7 Practical tips to prevent ransomware attacks on backup storage by Rick Vanover

The ransomware threat is real and it’s much more than just a PC problem. Here at Veeam, we see customers and partners encounter ransomware in a number of situations including the data center. One important part of being resilient to ransomware is being able to recover from backups. That’s the Availability you want when things […]

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Veeam Named Market Leader in Data Availability and Protection for the Cloud Era

Veeam® Software, the innovative provider of solutions that deliver Availability for the Always-On Enterprise™, today announced industry analyst Ovum’s latest report ranks Veeam the top provider for Cloud era availability and protection technology.  Click here to read more.

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Veeam and VMware are Better Together! By Peter Ruchatz, Chief Marketing Officer, Veeam

Keeping applications and data available 24.7.365 is not an easy task. The estimated average annual cost of downtime to an enterprise can be up to $16 million, and that cost continues to increase. As we move further into the age of digital transformation, it has become even more critical for CIOs to simplify their operations, […]

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Gartner names Veeam a Leader in the new 2016 Magic Quadrant for Data Center Backup & Recovery Software

Gartner, the leading research and advisory firm providing information technology insight for enterprises worldwide, has recognized Veeam as a LEADER in the new 2016 Magic Quadrant for Data Center Backup & Recovery, which we know reinforces the success of Veeam’s determined focus to deliver Availability for the Always-On Enterprise for our almost 200,000 worldwide customers.  […]

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Incremental vs. differential methods and how Veeam writes backups

By Rick Vanover, Veeam Many times when I explain how Veeam backups work, people have questions about how data is moved for incremental backups. In addition, there are frequent questions about the differences between incremental and differential backups. In this post, I’ll explain these differences and show what Veeam does and why the options are […]

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The 3-2-1-0 Rule to High Availability – Veeam Blog

Reliable backup is one of the foundations of availability. When things go wrong, data can be lost. The more data that is lost, the greater the potential business impact. Part of getting back up and running quickly is being able to restore operations to where they were before the problem started. Sometimes, however, problems are […]

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Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) and Veeam – Better Together

There is a good chance that you’d like to see your business survive any disaster as well as any problems that follow. Moreover, we live in an age when even one hour of downtime is not an option. While it’s almost impossible to predict what the next disaster will be, it’s possible to prepare for […]

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Cloud Computing: Consider the Benefits for Your Company by Rick Maxwell, President & CEO

Cloud computing technology is a very viable option for small and middle market companies, as they strive to remain competitive by containing costs while increasing office productivity and implementing IT best practices in such areas as disaster recovery. A cloud application is simply an interface through an operating system or a website browser connecting to […]

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Automated Off-Site Data Storage is the First Critical Step for Disaster Recovery by Dan Saxby, Vice President of Client Services

Failure and Inefficiencies of Manual Off-Site Data Storage Practices In our collaborative IT discussions with organizations, we routinely discover many still rely on human activity to manually take their hard drive backups (and sometimes even tapes) off-site.  Most organizations who physically take data off-site as an aspect of their disaster recovery solution readily admit that […]

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Overview of Backup and Disaster Recovery by David Owens, Director of Business Development, Full Service Networking (FSN)

With recent technology advancements in the areas of cloud computing, server virtualization and automated processes, small and medium sized organizations can now benefit from the same data protection that Fortune 500 companies have enjoyed for decades.  Your data is no less valuable.  With a lower cost of ownership you can avoid catastrophic loss of critical […]

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