Tag: Veeam

Apr 08

SECURE IT DAY 2019 | Veeam recording session!

Hello, I had the opportunity to participate in 2 live sessions in French as official Speaker (Veeam Vanguard) between Veeam and Monaco Digital – Avangarde about Data Protection & Governance, Microsoft Office365 and GDPR topics. Basically, I introduced new version Veeam Availability Suite v9.5 Update 4 including Staged Restore (GDPR approach) and Secure Restore (antivirus …

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Mar 21

SECURE IT DAY 2019 | 28 March | PARIS

Hello, Monaco Digital – Avangarde (Monaco Digital) will organize his Summit in Paris – March 28, 2019 – SECURE IT DAY 2019 | Paris! This second Summit is a great partner enablement initiative for our customers. Monaco Digital – Avangarde continues to display deep signs of growth as customers begin to understand the importance of …

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Feb 12

Veeam Vanguard 2019 – Level 4!

Hi, yesterday I received a great new from Rick Vanover. I have been selected for the Veeam Vanguard program for the 4th year! Honored and proud to be selected as a Veeam Vanguard 2019 then congratulations to all the returning and new Vanguard! 🙂 What is “Veeam Vanguard” program?

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Jan 24

Step by Step Guide Veeam B&R 9.5 U4 Upgrade

Yesterday, Veeam released Veeam Backup and Replication 9.5 Update 4, which contains some significant improvements: Archive Tier, Secure Restoreand Staged Restore, VMware vSphere 6.7 Upate 1 support and others… You can learn more about Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5 U4 new features here. This technical article provides a step by step guide to upgrade Veeam …

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Jan 05

Veeam B&R – Certificate expiration date

Hi, Last month, one major Veeam Backup & Replication bug was discovered about self-signed certificate. The following error message appears when starting Veeam Backup and Replication (Veeam B&R) console: “Failed to check certification expiration date“. This bug is very annoying because it will impact everyone who’s using the default self-signed certificates, which is, unfortunately, the …

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