Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 – Part 2

Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 – Part 2

In the first post in this series on Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 I discussed the basics of the product.  I demonstrated installation and configuration as well as how to perform the first full backup of all mailboxes.  In…

Disaster Recovery for the smaller organization – Part 1

I have published many posts on backup and on virtualization, this post will bring both areas together for “the win”.  And what is the win, you may ask?  That’s simple, it is Disaster Recovery that even small businesses can afford! …

Revisit your DR strategy

Backup is one of those “non-sexy” things that often gets ignored while companies focus on the latest shiny bits.  After all, it’s very much like insurance; we all have to have it but we pretty much ignore it until the…

Lordy, Lordy, I DO love Veeam! An unabashedly “in your face” paean to Veeam.

Well, Dear Reader, I have a confession to make.  I’m in love!  There, I’ve said it.  It’s out in the open.  And the object of my affections is Veeam. I did promise sometime back that I would write on our…

Veeam Backup & Replication 6 – first impressions

As promised, here’s the first in a series of posts on Veeam Backup & Replication 6. We recently installed Veeam Backup & Replication 6 at one of our customers.  Most of our VMware customer base use VMware Essentials licensing so…

Starting down the VEEAM path … stay tuned!

We have a number of customers that have virtualized environments (ESX/ESXi) that are starting to hit issues with backups using “traditional” backup tools.  We also have the same issues in our own virtual environment.  To solve some of these issues…

Backup, Replication and all that jazz …

I’ve been dealing with backup questions over the last little while and it seems that a lot of SMB operations have a lot of confusion about what constitutes a backup system.  I guess in very simple terms, a backup system…