Veeam Guest Blogger

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Posts by Veeam Guest Blogger

Linux + PowerShell = Awesome, Not Awkward, Together!

Have you ever thought of managing your Linux systems via PowerShell? This guide will let you know how you can invoke SSH commands via PowerShell....More

Why ReFS Is the Recommended File System for Windows Server 2016

Learn why you should pay extra attention to a new Windows Server 2016 Resilient File System and why it is a game changer when it comes to the backup....More

Microsoft Brings Resilient Change Tracking (RCT) in Windows Server 2016

Microsoft finally brings a long-awaited feature in Windows Server 2016 that enables native change block tracking. Learn how it helps you dramatically....More

Veeam Backup & Replication: Tips and tricks

Here is an explanation of the features largely ignored by, or maybe even unknown to, administrators using Veeam Backup & Replication....More

Are Your Backups Application-Aware?

Have you heard of VSS (Volume Shadow Copy Service), a Windows-native technology for making application snapshots? Is this feature good enough to back....More

Ransomware, Backups and Offline Storage--Oh My!

I’ve always taken a very serious approach to keeping the data center available, and there are always options for getting the availability levels....More

On-Premises Data Center: Your Apps and Devs Are Cheating on You

Gabriel is a lead developer for Halo Corp. Halo follows an agile development cycle, and thus he was notified that the business had given the OK and....More

Why Windows Endpoint Backup is important!

If you are an IT professional that has been around for a long period of time, and if you had or still have to manage endpoints (workstations and....More

3 Ways to install Hyper-V: Which is best?

Hyper-V is one of those technologies that can exist a number of different ways. In fact, I have had many discussions with people about which way to....More

Why the 3-2-1 backup rule STILL makes sense

In the IT world, some rules are always changing.  It’s good to remember, however, that some rules are timeless because they still make A....More

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