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  • Symantec delivers Backup Exec 15 to support VMware releases

    Symantec, soon to be known as Veritas, brings out Backup Exec 15 on the heels of VMmare's vSphere 6 release to support the latest VMware technology.

    Dave Raffo5,280 pointsBadges:
  • Symantec users find improved licensing

    In February, Symantec released Version 12 of its Backup Exec software. The new version supports Microsoft Windows Server 2008; speeds backup and restore of Microsoft Exchange, SQL Server, Active Directory and SharePoint environments; and has an improved granular recovery feature. But the important...

    ITKE355,660 pointsBadges:
  • Symantec breakup should help its storage business

    Symantec breakup hopes to undo the Backup Exec 2012 fiasco which followed its Veritas acquisition.

    Dave Raffo5,280 pointsBadges:
  • What is scratch media in Backup Exec and does it contain valid data?

    What is scratch media? Learn what it is, how to create it and use it effectively with Backup Exec from Symantec.

    PDORION1650 pointsBadges:
  • Symantec Backup Exec troubleshooting performance tips

    If you're using Backup Exec and your performance isn't what it should be, some troubleshooting may be in order. Here's a list of potential things to look out for.

    searchStorage9,220 pointsBadges:
  • Symantec releases Linux version of Backup Exec System Recovery

    Customers can now centrally deploy and manage bare-metal restore on Linux and Windows servers, but have to wait for integration between Backup Exec System Recovery and Backup Exec.

    Beth Pariseau7,655 pointsBadges:
  • Veritas fixes Backup Exec scalability problems

    Backup Exec Version 10.0 includes a central control server that allows users to manage and administer multiple instances of the software instead of discrete servers.

    JoMaitland2,165 pointsBadges:
  • Backup Exec.cloud customers hunt for data protection alternatives

    Symantec's Backup Exec.cloud customers need another way to protect data, and many must pay for two services until migrating off Symantec's cloud.

    Sonia Lelii1,975 pointsBadges:
  • Cancer research group endorses Backup Exec 2012 upgrade

    The Backup Exec 2012 upgrade made for a lot of unhappy customers, but the Gynecological Oncology Group's IT team found the new interface a snap.

    Dave Raffo5,280 pointsBadges:

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