Now more than ever, companies rely on cloud-based and virtualization services for their backup and recovery plans. This has led managed service providers (MSPs) to seek high-end services to offer quality solutions to their clients.
SherWeb is a big fan of Veeam software. We use it to back up our own virtual machines and those used by our clients. Veeam is continuously improving its current product line as well as creating new products. The company’s marketing department continuously releases new guides, articles and video tutorials which are very helpful for users, resellers, and Veeam Cloud and Service Providers. To simplify the work of keeping up with the latest Veeam innovations, we decided to take a look at what Veeam employees were posting on Twitter.
What is Veeam Backup? What is Veeam Replication? Which is the right solution for you? We’ve put together a simple guide that will empower you to make an educated decision on a backup and/or replication solution for your business. We will define the options, discuss their recovery efficiencies, present their costs, and outline their benefits.
Offsite backups are no place for errors. Unfortunately, companies make simple offsite backup mistakes on a daily basis that impact their businesses in the long term. Knowing the guidelines of offsite backups will make a big difference in the safety of your data. This article will help you follow best practices so you can avoid common mistakes and end up finding out you were not properly protected. We will look at five best practices, discuss the consequences of the potential errors, and outline the solutions that could save your backups.
A Veeam Cloud & Service Provider (also known as VCSP) is a Veeam Software partner. Veeam is considered the world leader for backup, disaster recovery and virtualization management software for VMware and Hyper-V environments. Carefully selected companies, such as SherWeb, partner with Veeam and offer their infrastructure to store virtual machine backups done with Veeam software.