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  1. Hello, community, let's gather here general and more scecific tips on how to speed up backups. Any suggestions and comments will be helpful. Thank you
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  2. Hello, @Loki Rodriguez, great idea! From my side I can recommend reading this worthwhile blog posts and references: How to Increase VM Backup Speed Increasing VM Backup and Replication Speed with Network Acceleration Network Acceleration Best Practices for Efficient Hyper-V VM Backup Advanced Bandwidth Throttling VMware Backup: Top 10 Best Practices Hyper-V Best Practices for Administration An Overview of Microsoft Office 365 Backup Best Practices
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  3. When I created this thread, I thought we would be mostly speaking about network load and its critical impact on backups. (Update: Yes, I have found this information if one of the references by @Official Moderator) Reducing the network load is the first I would do in a situation when you want to increase backup server performance.
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  4. Hello, @Hakim, I think you should find out more information about NAKIVO Backup for Ransomware Protection: https://www.nakivo.com/ransomware-protection/ Anti-ransomware software alone is not sufficient to protect your organization's data. Also I recommend reading best practices for ransomware protection and recovery: https://www.nakivo.com/ransomware-protection/white-paper/best-practices-for-ransomware-protection-and-recovery/ Sorry for the offtop, I just wanted to support your remark
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  5. Hello, guys two remarks from me - on one hand, anti-virus solutions can slow down saving and reading data from a disk, but on the other hand, ransomware issues can cause performance degradation. So you should always keep the balance
    2 points
  6. Hello, @tommy.cash, thank you for your post. Here is the list of the possible questions you should ask yourself before creating the Backup Policy of your University: 1) Frequency of system/application backups. 2) Frequency of network file backups. 3) Frequency of email backups. 4) Frequency of desktop backups. 5) Storage. 6) Recovery Testing. About Microsoft 365 Backup Policies - there are inbuilt configuration options in your account which can help to prevent data loss. Due to Microsoft's Shared Responsibility Model, it is necessary also to have a backup of your Microsoft 365 data, using a third-party solution as NAKIVO Backup & Replication. Please, check a useful how-to guide on setting up Microsoft 365 backup policies: https://www.nakivo.com/blog/setting-up-microsoft-office-365-backup-policies/
    2 points
  7. Hello, Can we get an update regarding when NAKIVO 10.6 will be available in Synology Package center, last post was on 17.05 so it was more than month ago.
    1 point
  8. @randomguy Thank you for your post, by the way here you can find a free webinar recording on the topic.
    1 point
  9. Speaking about VMware backups, VMware Monitoring from NAKIVO is worth mentioning: https://www.nakivo.com/it-monitoring/vmware-monitoring It actually helps to optimize the performance of environment and resolve the issues that can cause the problems with speed.
    1 point
  10. @Loki RodriguezYes, thank you for the update. You can find the information in my references list. Also, I recommend paying particular attention to the Network Acceleration feature, which is extremely useful in speeding up VM backup and replication jobs.
    1 point
  11. Please explain the ultimate backup policy for Microsoft 365. It is a University account. Any tips or insights will be helpful. Thank you
    1 point
  12. Here is one more advice from me - think about where to write the backups, the degree of redundancy, data retention practices and of course, as official moderator mentioned, backup frequency is the most important point for me.
    1 point
  13. @Official Moderator Thank you for a fast response! This is actually what I needed. I am already reading the blog post and it is worthwhile
    1 point
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