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Why protecting Microsoft 365 data is so important Your organization's data is one of its most valuable assets. That's why it's so important to have a plan in place to protect it. Microsoft 365 provides a comprehensive set of tools and services to help you safeguard your data, but it's up to you to put them to use.In this post, we'll explore some of the key ways you can protect your Microsoft 365 data, including enabling multi-factor authentication, using Azure Information Protection, using Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365, and more.Don't wait until it's too late to start protecting your data. Read on to learn more about how you can keep it safe with Microsoft 365.The Importance of Data Protection Data protection is critical for any organization that relies on Microsoft products and services. By ensuring that data is protected, organizations can maintain the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of their data. Additionally, data protection can help organizations meet compliance req
Hi! Thinking about Polish M365 users i prepared short article about Veeam Backup for MS365. https://inleo.pl/blog/veeam-backup-for-ms365-czyli-gdzie-zaczyna-sie-twoja-odpowiedzialnosc/Here is English summary. Microsoft’s Shared Responsibility Model, in the simplest words, says “Your data – your matter.”Many people aren’t aware of that and think they are protected against data loss. They are partially right, but only in case of internal Microsoft infrastructure failures. Microsoft replicates its regions between each other to maintain the continuity of the services. But replication and backup are different things. If your file gets damaged, it will be replicated in its current state, and you will not be able to restore it. If you delete a file accidentally, and 93 days are left (the time of MS Data retention), you will not be able to restore it. So how do you cope with it?The solution is Veeam Backup for M365, a great tool that allows you to protect data stored in M365, Hybrid, or On-Pre
I know, this topic does not fit that well here, but today is Pi day! As I once studied mathematics, I am still very interested in these topics. Because this day is celebrated all over the world with funny activities and jokes, I hope some of you can get some fun out of it. At least it is a interesting topic at some cocktail parties See some jokes here:https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/life/entertainment/g35447831/pi-day-jokes/?slide=1Direct examples:What did pi say when someone asked if it could explain what Pi Day was again? "I don't want to repeat myself." Did you know that 3.14% of sailors are Pi-rates?
Today’s #VMCE2020 #DailyQuiz walkthrough is ready. Do you use the on-demand sandbox for patch/update testing? How are you getting your patches/updates inside the isolated virtual lab?Try this question and more at https://rasmushaslund.com/vmce-practice-exam/
Because we had already the option to backup files directly to tape, it was already possible to backup file shares to tape without backing it up to disk before. But this was limited at least to performance. This will be be much better in v12.Another limitation was that it was not possible to copy a NAS backup to tape. This will be available in v12.At least in v12 beta media pools are limited to Standard media Pools and WORM Media Pools.
Today’s #VMCE2020 #DailyQuiz walkthrough is ready. Most people seem to agree having multiple restore points is good both for backups and replicas, but how do you really failover to an older restore point than the latest one?Try this question and more at https://rasmushaslund.com/vmce-practice-exam/
Hi Folks, It will be a great honour and huge pleasure to have a chat with Mumshad Mannambeth from Kodekloud. I found all the Kubernetes certifications to be very challenging exams. Kodekloud’s courses are excellent and the practice exams prepared me for what was going to come. All of the Linux Foundation exams (except for the entry level KCNA) are hands on from the command line. There are time restraints and you have to solve real problems that can occur in production. The experience was like dealing with multiple priority 1 emergencies one after the other. The key is learning the material but also putting the kubectl commands to muscle memory. Of course keeping your cool is a huge priority. I hope to find out a lot of interesting details from Mumshad about how he created Kodekloud but also get some tips on what is coming and what are the hot topics in the Devops education world.
Today’s #VMCE2020 #DailyQuiz walkthrough is ready. Do you have different subnets/networks on your disaster recovery site(s) than your production site(s)? How do you handle re-ip for restores from backups or replicas today? What about non-Windows?Try this question and more at https://rasmushaslund.com/vmce-practice-exam/
Today’s #VMCE2020 #DailyQuiz walkthrough is ready. What happens to your source/original VM when you trigger a failover to a replica? What happens if it is suddenly powered on at the same time as your replica that you just failed over to?Try this question and more at https://rasmushaslund.com/vmce-practice-exam/
Today’s #VMCE2020 #DailyQuiz walkthrough is ready. How do you handle consistency during backups? Do you enable application-aware processing for all VMs? What about pre-freeze/post-thaw scripts? Do you have VMs where crash-consistent backups are sufficient?Try this question and more at https://rasmushaslund.com/vmce-practice-exam/
Hi everyone! I would like to share with all of you, this fantastic site with a lot of useful virtual appliances and tools!Maybe most of you will already know it, but I want to expose it and put it on everybody's radar!BITNAMI by vmware! Every time I need to deploy something, specially when its in the Lab or for test / Dev, I look in here,I don't want to re-invent the wheel, if is already created, why don't use it instead of re-installing and dealing with issues and research. When I need to deploy a LAMP, WAMP, or any other application listed in here, they have a lot! I gram a .ova and deploy it on my virtual lab! Now they also cover Kubernetes, cloud providers, docker, and of course vmware! Do you have any other place where you usually pick your applications / tools?Please share it to build a list of resources for all of us!I will try to catch them all and get them on a cool list! 😃 enjoy!
VMware vCenter Server is advanced server management software that provides a centralized platform for controlling your VMware vSphere environments, allowing you to automate and deliver a virtual infrastructure across the hybrid cloud with confidence. With VMware Center, you gain centralized visibility, simplified and efficient management at scale, and extensibility across the hybrid cloud from a single console. Here is the link to my blogpost. The following vulnerability was reported by Yaron Zinar and Sagi Sheinfeld of Crowdstrike to Vmware. The vCenter Server contains a privilege escalation vulnerability in the IWA (Integrated Windows Authentication) authentication mechanism. VMware has evaluated the severity of this issue to be in the Important severity range with a maximum CVSSv3 base score of 7.1. Impacted ProductsVMware vCenter Server (vCenter Server) VMware Cloud Foundation (Cloud Foundation)What Exploit does this Vulnerability Present? A malicious actor with non-administrative
Today’s #VMCE2020 #DailyQuiz walkthrough is ready. What is your use case for staged restore? Which applications are you using it with? Which format of scripts are you using?Try this question and more at https://rasmushaslund.com/vmce-practice-exam/
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