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Veeam has announced the availability of Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 Update 3. The new software allows enterprises to replace legacy backup offerings and manage availability for all workloads — virtual, physical, and cloud from a single Veeam “pane of glass". The new release also includes the company's Universal Storage API, a new storage interface that will allow Veeam to rapidly support new storage integrations going forward.
The modern enterprise no longer has a monolithic application and infrastructure stack housed purely within its own data centre. Australia has embraced virtualisation at some of the highest levels in the world and we are bounding forward in adopting cloud services as well. This is completely changing the way we protect our data and ensure high levels of availability. At the recent VeeamON Forum, held in Sydney, I spoke with Veeam's Co-CEO Peter McKay about what the company is doing around those challenges and how he is travelling after a year of sharing the CEO job.
Over the weekend, British Airways IT systems had a meltdown resulting in the cancellation of all services out of Heathrow and Gatwick airports. While this sort of issue would be a major issue on a quiet day, the fact it happened on a long weekend exacerbated the situation. Australian Business Traveller says it could cost the airline a pretty penny as passengers can make claims for compensation for sums ranging from €250 (A$375) through to €600 (A$900) per passenger under EU law.
If you have trouble figuring out the best way to stretch a particular muscle, try this chart that has a huge range of stretches for each body part. The stretches are arranged into easy, medium and hard categories, so if the stretches you know don't quite hit the spot, you should be able to find a good alternative.
Workout days in your exercise program are simple to follow: you just do the workout. Then, on your "rest days", you feel like a lost duckling. Do you run on the treadmill? Or maybe do lighter weights? A bike ride on a unicycle up a mountain sounds nice. How about this: try actually letting your body rest.
Every PC user and IT admin needs a backup strategy, and CrashPlan is one of the best tools around. It backs up to other computers and attached hard drives at no cost, whether you’re on a Windows, Mac or Linux machine. In addition, CrashPlan excels at online backup, and a new data centre in Sydney means even faster cloud backup performance across the entire Asia-Pacific region.
Former Gizmodo writer Mat Honan lived every tech geek's worst nightmare when he got hacked last weekend. All his accounts were compromised and his computers were wiped with no backup. The scary part is that no "real" hacking was involved -- all it took was a few support calls to Apple and Amazon and nearly all his most important accounts were compromised. Here's everything you need to do now to keep this from happening to you.
If your system gets a malware infection, booting can be next to impossible -- and even if you've followed all the best security precautions, sometimes hardware or software failures can render your system inaccessible. Make sure you're prepared by setting up a recovery USB stick ahead of time.
Losing your phone doesn't mean you'll never see it again. Using your phone's GPS and the right mobile app or service, you can track your lost phone, find out where you left it, and hopefully get it back. Thankfully there are services for all kinds of smartphones that promise to help you find your lost phone. Here's a look at the top five.
Windows only: HD Hacker is a free application which allows you to backup and restore sectors on your hard drives. You can backup and restore the master boot record, the boot sector from logical drives, or any other user specified sector you need to backup. Backing up the master boot record is an advised step before messing around with repartitioning or installing a new operating system to create a dual boot system. For other boot record magic, check out how to fix your master boot record with an Ubuntu Live CD. HD Hacker is freeware, Windows only.