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Are you shopping for a data backup solution but worried about backup reporting? Well don't worry, Veritas Backup Exec has got you covered there as well. With Backup Exec, backup admins' life is made easier with lots of ways to create reports. In one of our recent blogs, we outline this. Within the blog, you'll learn about:
- Backup Exec Default Settings
- and more
Head on over to the blog post Opens a new window today to learn more about how Backup Exec make this easy.
Questions about Backup Exec? Got some reporting best practices you'd like to share? Post below and interact with us here on Spiceworks.
Are you looking for a highly versatile data backup solution? Well, you might want to check out Backup ExecOpens a new window. It's compatible with many apps and systems. In our Hardware and Cloud Storage Compatibility List (HCL)Opens a new window, you will see compatibility with a full range of systems. Including:
- Dell EMC ML3
Hewlett Packard Enterprise StoreOnce Appliance series and Virtual Edition with plugin 4.3
ExaGrid EX series with plug-in V11.4.1
NEC T280 (IBM TS4300) with IBM LTO-9 HH - SAS and FC
- and more
Does that spark your interest? Head on over to the compatibility listOpens a new window to see if Backup Exec works for you.
If you have any questions or experiences with Backup Exec, post below and interact with us here on Spiceworks!
We've been talking a lot about Backup Exec v22 and it's Office365 features. Now, we have more details about what's coming in 22.1, and we need your help. Introducing...the Veritas Backup Exec 22.1's Tech PreviewOpens a new window. Within this preview, you'll get to check out some cool new features from 22.1, including:
- Full support for backup and restore of Microsoft 365 data including One Drive, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and Teams
- Restore selected disks from within a virtual machine to help bring back critical data faster
- Create Write Once, Read Many (WORM) enabled backup sets on Azure cloud storage configured with Backup Exec cloud deduplication
This technical review starts November 21 and will run through December 19, 2022.
To get started, head over and become a member in the engagement programOpens a new window. Once approved, then head over to the Backup Exec 22.1 Technical Preview registrationOpens a new window.
We hope to see you there.
If you already use Veritas Backup ExecOpens a new window, then you probably know about it's built in cloud features. But what about the Shared Responsibility ModeOpens a new windowl in the public cloud? For those that don't know:
"There is a Shared Responsibility Model with the top cloud service providers, that outlines who owns the protection of the infrastructure, the applications that are running within the cloud infrastructure, and the data being stored in the cloud. There is a shared responsibility between the CSPs and their customers around the security and compliance.
Putting it simply: CSPs are responsible for resiliency “of” the cloud, but you—the customer—are accountable for resiliency “in” the cloud. That means your organization must take ownership of your data, its security, consistency, accuracy, and its backup, along with workload architecture and failure management. I am passionate about helping our customers navigate this ambiguity."
As you can see from the above definition, it's a complicated situation. So, If you want to learn more about the shared responsibility model, head over to this linOpens a new windowk now.
What do the IT Pros of Spiceworks think of this model? Discuss below.
Here at Veritas, we think about the cloud, a lot, and are keeping a close eye on the segment. That's why we just released this new white paper titled: Reining in Cloud Complexity: 5 Critical Things for IT Leaders to ConsiderOpens a new window
Within, you will find discussion and data on points like:
Security and cyber resiliency are becoming more challenging
Data sprawl undermines performance and innovation
- IT systems and data frameworks have a direct impact on enterprise costs
Head on over to this linkOpens a new window today and download the white paper.
As an IT Pro, how often do you think about the cloud and what are some of your best practices?
Do you need a SMB backup solution with Cloud Deduplication? Well Backup Exec has got you covered. Backup Exec’s Cloud Deduplication feature brings down storage and bandwidth costs and improves cloud backup performance. Here's how it works:
- Deduplication eliminates redundant data segments from the backup and reduces the size of the backup data
The encryption feature ensures data always remains encrypted during transit and also at rest in the cloud storage
Unique data is first stored in a local cache by the Backup Exec media server before uploading it to cloud storage
Does that spark your interest? Head on over to the Backup Exec pageOpens a new window and get a Free 60-day trial.
We've been talking a lot about Backup Exec 22Opens a new window and its Office 365 backup coverage. But what about its restore features? Well with Backup Exec 22 we have built-in flexible restore options. These options include:
Workload segregated restore viewpoints
Multiple context-specific ‘Restore’ launch points
- Deleted items are tracking
- And more
Want to learn more about it? Head on over to our recent blog postOpens a new window where we go over even more detail about these restore options.
When it comes to Microsoft Office 365 backup, post your best practice of backup and restore, and interact with us here on Spiceworks.
We added Office 365 support to Backup Exec with the release of version 22. You can see our recent blog post here Opens a new window for more on that. And now, we would like to talk about another recent blog post Opens a new window, which outlines how to use Microsoft 365's Tenant Configuration Workflow . In this blog post, you'll learn about:
- How The Azure AD application is created for you
- Some of the Azure AD app parameters you'll get
- Microsoft's OAuth 2.0 device authorization grant flow
- and more
Head on over to the blog post Opens a new window today to learn more. You'll see why Backup Exec is perfect for your small or medium business.
Already using Backup Exec? Share your experience and best practices below.
Are you an IT Pro shopping for a backup solution which also has encryption included? Backup Exec may be the right fit for you. Backup Exec is designed for the small to medium business and is feature rich, including many security and encryption options. If you want to learn more about it, our solutions brief Opens a new windowgoes over:
Restricted Keys and Common Keys
Secure SQL Connections to the Backup Exec Database
- And more
Does that spark your interest? We invite you to download the briefOpens a new window today.
Questions? Use the contact us pageOpens a new window and request a call back from us.
Already using Backup Exec? Share your feedback and/or experiences with us below.
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