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WA’s John XXIII College chooses Veeam for backup and DR
On top of learning tools, administrative support, payroll, finance and alumni services are some of the services that also must be constant and stable.
Veritas launches enterprise data services platform
“Infrastructure complexity is damaging IT’s ability to meet the demands of today’s always-on enterprise.”
Veeam joins the ranks of $1bil-revenue software companies
It’s also marked a milestone of 350,000 customers and outlined how it will begin the next stage of its growth.
Veeam Availability Orchestrator update aims to democratise DR
The ability to automatically test, document and reliably recover entire sites, as well as individual workloads from backups in a completely orchestrated way lowers the total cost of ownership (TCO) of DR.
Datto expands A/NZ presence with Sydney office
This investment will enable Datto and its partners to continue to grow and address the IT needs of small and medium businesses (SMBs) in the region.
Beyond IoT: How businesses are using edge computing
Edge computing brings bandwidth-intensive content and latency-sensitive applications closer to the user or data source.
Digital Realty celebrates 12th consecutive year of ‘five nines’
Data centre colocation and interconnection solutions provider Digital Realty has reached another milestone.
Microsoft invests in more Azure availability for Asia
Asia is proving to be a hot spot among the major cloud providers with new investments happening on a seemingly weekly basis.
The up-time myth: Why up-time does not mean availability
"Many providers limit their uptime to pure hardware system availability, but not to service or process availability."
Eccellente! AWS building new data centres in Italy
The new infrastructure region is expected to be complete in early 2020 to enable customers to run workloads and store data in Italy with even lower latency.
A three-step guide to achieving IT resilience
Ensuring that the IT infrastructure is resilient is critical for business success and completion of transformation and modernisation projects.
VeeamON Auckland - How does the big data contender fit into NZ?
Last week partners and customers gathered into Shed 10 on Auckland’s waterfront to hear what is making Veeam so successful in New Zealand.
Veeam releases expanded Office 365 backup solution
This new release adds backup for OneDrive for Business, and SharePoint Online and SharePoint on-premise.
Veeam's latest NPS score 3.5x industry average
Veeam's latest Net Promotor Score is 73 - a point of great pride for the company that has been focused on service since its inception.
Veeam inches closer to its $1 billion by 2018 goal
Veeam have released their Q1 2018 results showing continued year-over-year customer acquisition growth.
Infinidat and Veeam team up to deliver petabyte-scale business continuity
Infinidat is teaming up with disaster recovery giant Veeam to offer customers improved business continuity services.
Disaster recovery compliance focus of Veeam’s latest offering
The Veeam Availability Orchestration solution enables enterprises to create, document, test and execute DR plans, ensuring compliance.
New Veeam update to displace legacy backup solutions
Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 Update 3 ensures availability across virtual, physical, and cloud workloads.
Cyber insurance: Is it enough? Manage risk, review current platforms & Ensure Availability
Cyber insurance though can be a ‘hit and miss’ proposition, hoping your business is covered because of the complexities and pathways involved.
A/NZ exclusive: Veeam ups Unix workload availability with AIX, Solaris support
Veeam has added IBM AIX and Oracle Solaris support to its availability solution portfolio in a move which extends its platform to Unix workloads.
Enterprise and cloud continue to drive local Veeam success
New enterprise orders and a burgeoning cloud business have helped drive Veeam’s Australian and New Zealand business up 22% year on year in Q3.
Governments must build availability into services to handle digital transformation - Veeam
Techday spoke to Veeam’s product strategy VP about the necessary digital transformation, data centres, and ransomware.
Veeam's Don Williams resigns, Shaun McLagan appointed as APJ SVP
Don Williams, Veeam A/NZ vice president, has resigned after being with the software vendor for seven years.
Datto launches new series of networking switches for MSPs
The L-Series switches promise to deliver more cost-effective networking solutions, expanding Datto's commitment to MSP-centric managed networking.