Years ago I worked at Symbian software (later to be taken over and destroyed by Nokia and Microsoft but that’s a story for another time), there I deployed Connected Data protector which was an amazing (if expensive) tool for doing backups of users desktops and laptops on demand. It
Tag: Disaster Recovery
One of the things I always caution against is relying on hypervisor HA, all too often it won't give you the results that you expect, have a read of my blog over on starwind for details of why.
More details have emerged on the BA outage with a detailed article being posted on the register.
As with my previous blog, I'd like to go through the register article and add my own thoughts.
From this comment it sounds like there was some sort of scheduled maintenance occurring on
It's probably not escaped anyones attention that British Airways have had a major IT failure today, the big question around this is why the failure is not at 10 hours in and still counting.
British Airways have been tight lipped over the whole thing saying nothing more than they are
After attending VeeamOn last week, I wanted to highlight a few things that Veeam announced during the conference as there were certainly some interesting advances to Veeam, all coming soon.
Universal Storage API
Veeam have always been good at adding additional storage vendors to the direct backup list which allows