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Virtualized Hybrid Disk Backup for Veeam

Disk based backup has become a staple in many data center environments. But now thanks to advanced recovery capabilities from virtualized backup applications like Veeam, Unitrend’s PHD Virtual and Dell’s vRanger, more is being asked of disk backup systems. 414 more words


Overcoming the Recovery-In-Place challenge

The advanced capabilities of virtualization-specific backup applications, such as Veeam, have brought new flexibility to the protection and recovery of virtual servers. In fact, these improvements, plus better availability, may be justification enough to virtualize a workload. 1,182 more words


The perfect Disk Backup for Virtualized Backups?

There are many storage solutions on the market that are geared for the small to medium sized business (SMB). But few of those offerings incorporate the same types of storage management features and functionality that are enterprise class worthy. 1,261 more words


The one with the Blurb photobook

All my daughter’s images are categorized by event and date on Adobe LightRoom 5, backed-up via a Drobo 5D.  Literally thousands of images – from iPhones, iPads, point & shoots and DSLRs – securely stored & sorted – with picks from the stack already identified and corrected. 232 more words


Four NEW requirements for backup – Podcast

Storage Switzerland and Drobo held a webinar on Wednesday, July 11th on four new requirements for backup. Joe Disher from Drobo and George Crump from Storage Switzerland join me to talk about the webinar. 37 more words


ChalkTalk Video – How disk backup breaks Recovery in Place

Recovery in Place, offered by companies like Veeam, Dell’s AppAssure and PHD Virtual, is a powerful and valuable feature. It allows for virtual machines (VMs) to be recovered and executed directly from the backup device instead of having to transfer the entire VM over the network. 467 more words