VMblog speaks with Danny Allan, Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President for Product Strategy about day two at the company's VeeamON 2022 event in Las Vegas.
Allan highlights current and future-ready Veeam innovations as part of VeeamON 2022, including Veeam Backup & Replication v12, Veeam Backup for Salesforce and Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365 v7. Allan describes the modern data explosion taking place and all the things we can do and problems we can solve with that data. Security and ransomware were hot topics during day 2 of the VeeamON event. Against a backdrop of increased cyber threats, exponential data growth and relentless cloud adoption, protecting data and systems at scale has become a must-have for organizations of all sizes around the world. Veeam has taken all of that into account with this latest release.
VMblog speaks with Anand Eswaran, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Matthew Bishop, Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Veeam about day one at the company's VeeamON 2022 event.
VMblog visits with Object First during #VeeamON 2022 in Las Vegas, a brand new company brought to you by Veeam founders Ratmir Timashev and Andrei Baronov, promising to supercharge your Veeam experience.
Object First represents the ever-increasing need for next-generation immutable object storage that isn't locked into a remote location or monthly bill. What they have built offers instead all of the immutability and security that comes with S3-based cloud storage but is owned and stored locally, and they simplified that too! Object First can be up and running and storing Veeam Backups immutably in under 15 minutes.
Watch and learn more from our conversation at VeeamON.
VMblog visits with Wasabi during #VeeamON 2022 in Las Vegas to learn more about their hot cloud storage solution, providing simple, predictable and affordable hot cloud storage for businesses all over the world.
Wasabi partners and customers love them for its simplicity. They've eliminated the complex pricing tiers you see elsewhere, as well as the unpredictable fees like egress and API requests to allow for simple and predictable pricing. Their cloud object storage is 100% bit-compatible with the S3 API, enabling Wasabi to integrate with the industry's leading applications, including Veeam, so customers don't have to rip and replace their existing solutions. Wasabi's deep integration with Veeam also supports object lock functionality for immutable cloud storage, offering an additional layer of protection from security threats like ransomware.
Watch and learn more from our conversation at VeeamON.
Welcome to the VMblog 2021 Mega Series where we've been covering a number of different and important topics over the last few months. In this series, you'll hear from the industry leaders and experts in order to help you make important decisions within your own organization. Follow along for a chance to better understand a number of topics and find out more about some of the best technologies available out there in the industry.
In today's Q&A, we're speaking with industry expert, Paul Vallée, Founder and CEO at Tehama, and we're diving into the topic of work from anywhere.
Tehama is easily one of the fastest, easiest, and most secure ways to deploy a virtual workforce. Read on as Vallée shares his insights on work-from-anywhere and how Tehama is helping businesses support their remote workforces by providing end-users with secure access to their applications and desktops.
In this episode of the VMblog Mega Series, we are joined by industry expert, Sathya Sankaran, Chief Operating Officer at Catalogic Software. Watch and learn as he provides a quick overview on Catalogic, and explores data protection and disaster recovery opportunities within the Kubernetes community.
What are the unique opportunities and challenges in this market? And how is Catalogic positioned to address those opportunities? Sankaran also discusses their CloudCasa service in more detail, and explains why they made snapshots free to their users. He also talks about data protection and ransomware within the Kubernetes community, cloud vs. on-premises, as well as the company's product decision making and product roadmap.
And stick around for a demo at the end to see it in action for yourself.
In this episode, VMblog is joined by industry expert, Mikael Lindholm, Sr. Solutions Engineer at Stratodesk Software. Watch and learn as Lindholm provides a deeper dive into the topic of Work From Anywhere and how his company, Stratodesk, approaches it.
As part of the discussion, Lindholm kicks things off by exploring what Stratodesk has been up to over the last few months. At Stratodesk, the discussion around remote work is all about hybrid work rather than just working from anywhere. Hear how he defines it and why he believes hybrid work is an essential model moving forward for businesses.
During this discussion, you'll also better understand Stratodesk's approach to enabling hybrid work. And you will learn more about the many issues that companies will face as hybrid work becomes more mainstream.
Find out more about Stratodesk and the problems they solve. And how they differentiate themselves from competitive solutions in the market. And as part of that discussion, Lindholm also walks us through a nice demo of their solution.
COVID-19 has raised many questions about the maintenance of privacy, data protection, security and compliance of organizations. The norms considered to be the standard practice took a drastic turn when organizations of all sizes were forced to shift to remote-working arrangements almost overnight. With remote work still going strong, the pandemic leaves organizations vulnerable to security breaches largely because of the expanded attack surface. This has raised key deficiencies including:
Looking for answers for your organization on how to better solve problems with migrating employees to a Work From Home format? Watch this video interview as Henning Volkmer, President & CEO of ThinPrint, an industry expert in corporate print management, shares his expertise across a number of topics to help with the shift of users from the office to working from home.
About a third of Americans are now working from home, more ever than before. And quite simply, that's due in large part because of COVID-19 and the pandemic that was unleashed across the globe this year.
In this latest VMblog #WorkFromHome Series, we're exploring what technology means in this current paradigm shift of working remotely. And in order to do that, we're reaching out to industry experts to help shine a light on the subject. We're asking these experts to offer up their opinions and advice on what's taking place now and where things go in the future.
In this Q&A, VMblog connected with industry expert, Nico Zieck, Senior IT Architect at Liquit, to get his opinion on the work from home topic and at the same time, find out more about how Liquit can help companies achieve a positive work from home shift.
It started with Wi-Fi access and boomed! Then the work life balance generation came on strong, and now COVID-19. Working remotely, although not a new concept for some of us who's role requires travel, has exploded and is now a necessity due to the recent pandemic. Companies went from an average of 80% of their workforce required to operate in an office environment (on-prem), to 100% remote in an instant. IT teams should be commended for facilitating the process so quickly with some having limited resources at their disposal. Nonetheless, the biggest challenge now is that what, companies thought would be a temporary setup is not going away anytime soon. Some Silicon Valley organizations are instructing their workers to work remotely until at least the late Fall timeframe; Google plans on keeping workers remote until as late as October of 2021 and potentially longer.