Tag: Microsoft

Veeam Multi-Cloud Strategy

Data Management is the new expectation for data in today’s enterprise. Data must move to a new state of intelligence, able to automatically anticipate the need and meet demand. Data must securely move across multi-cloud infrastructures. And data must meet the expectations of the mobile, always-on world. Veeam’s goal is to be the most trusted …

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Warning on Hyper-V Backup Copy Job after upgrade to Veeam B&R 9.5 U4

Veeam released a hotfix for Hyper-V Backup jobs failing with an error “Cannot find Hyper-V virtual machine group information on host…” after upgrade to Veeam B&R 9.5 Update 4… Please follow and like us:

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Organizations need Data Protection for Microsoft Office 365

Hi, there is a common misconception that SaaS data in the cloud is inherently safe. Public cloud providers like Microsoft have the responsibility to ensure that their customers’ data is protected against infrastructure-related interruptions, but it is your customers’ responsibility to protect that data from accidental deletions and insider threats and to comply with various …

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1st aOS Day in Monaco!

Hi, I will be speaking at aOS Monaco this September on Microsoft 365 Data Protection with Jeff Angama. It’s an honor to be an #aOS Speaker. Thank you so much for acknowledging me and I am happy to be a part of aOS Community. Discover modern experiences you can build with Microsoft Azure and Office365 …

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Windows Server 2019 – Salvaging ReFS Data from corrupted volumes!

The ReFS filesystem is commonly used for Virtualization, Backup, and Microsoft Exchange because of its resiliency, real-time tier optimization, faster virtual machine operations, and great scalability. But until recently, ReFS didn’t support data deduplication, which was available on NTFS formatted volumes only. Data deduplication can provide significant savings on storage costs by using block-level technology …

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