Veeam Backup & Replication™ v11, the latest iteration of the industry-leading backup and recovery product, is right around the corner. Veeam already announced and showed off some of the exciting new features earlier this year at VeeamON. In this article, we want to take a look at many of the hottest unannounced features that we want to share with you.
Searching for the easiest way to schedule a refresh for your Power BI reports, based on Excel or text file data? Look no further: use OneDrive or SharePoint Online.
Many organisations switch to the cloud with high expectations, only to realize that the transition turns out to be more complex than they expected. Without a solid strategy, their IT teams forge ahead blindly and soon lose track of the process. They recklessly try to implement a ‘lift-and-shift’ migration without a strategic, well-thought-out plan. As a result, they encounter unexpected obstacles and don’t achieve the desired results.
As we progress further into the new normal way of working, being in online meetings brings a whole new fatigue compared to the dynamics of physical meetings. Microsoft has picked up on this and has a solution to the problem!
Microsoft has completely reinvented its annual event for partners and transformed it to an online event for everyone to follow. Keep an eye on our social media for the summary blogs after the event. We’ll let you know what you can expect the coming year and how you can use the upcoming innovations to your advantage.
Discover the three types of teleworkers we’ve distinguished and read how you can organise online meetings that are adapted to their personal needs.
Due to the coronacrisis, it’s now even more difficult to monitor all of your infrastructure components that make homeworking possible. Many of those rely on third-party, cloud based solutions and services that we don’t control. Discover how you can monitor each layer of your infrastructure, whether or not that infrastructure is centrally managed.
With Veeam, you can easily recover the workloads you’re protecting on-premises to Azure or AWS. But how is your workload protected once it’s active in the public cloud? What happens if you later decide to retrieve this workload to your own datacentre because of performance, cost reduction or consolidation? This is where a true cloud mobility solution comes in handy. We’ll tell you more about it in this blog post.
As an official Zoom partner, we at Xylos want to support you, our customer, as thoroughly as possible to ensure that you’re using Zoom’s solutions in a professional, safe way. To this end, we’ve listed some tips to make your user experience as safe and smooth as possible.