Okay, so what organization would have "28+ million authentic users"? Some giant conglomerate?
You're talking nearly 10% of America.
You will need 4 licensing models for a typical mixed environment:
Free - VEB (because a lot of people do tend to use it with servers, although that's not what it was designed for, and you shouldn't)
Paid - B&R (for hypervisors - enterprises typically need this in a standard mixed environment)
Paid - Veeam Agent for Linux (needed for physical Linux servers that are not hypervisors)
Paid - Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows (needed for physical windows servers that are not hypervisors)
You, Sir, are making wrong statements
1.B&R - offers a Free version that lets you backup VMs.
2.Veeam Agent for Linux - has fully functional free version
3.Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows - not even released yet and will offer free version as well.
Okay... so then you'll be stuck with 4 separate free products... my point still remains the same. I think like 99% of all backup solutions have a free version. But at least with Unitrends (and many others), you'd only need a single free product. With Veeam, you'd need maybe 4 separate ones. Whether it's free or paid wasn't the point.
As a Veeam user, you may be right in that they are 4 different products. However, the VEB and agents all integrate with B&R. There is a caveat to this. You can monitor the VEB's in B&R, but cannot make any changes to the settings themselves. All you can do to the VEB's is just restrict who can make backups and who doesn't. You won't be able to make changes to frequency or times, etc.
My laptop keeps buffering. It must be the Chinese backdooring into my computer.
Or they are backdooring into you, and your having a hard time....
RAM being upgraded now.
Watching the inauguration.
Have they gotten to the point where they install the ram upgrade and better cpu?
Almost there. Upgrades have just arrived at the new tower.
Had plenty of excitement on my lunch break... Free adventure with every meal. I got home and my wife had just about finished making lunch. She was warming mine up in the oven, and set it aside. She wanted to warm hers a little more, so she decided to cook it a bit longer.
Well, lo, and behold her mexican pizza, for lack of a better word, began to swell, and it made contact with the top flames (gas oven) and caught fire, lol. She opened the oven and I was like: Is that a fire?"
It was just too funny.
Funny but assuming everybody is okay as well.
Not really seeing how this is a monopoly as you can still go out and buy an android phone or and windows phone and not be bothered by Apple's App Store.
Say you wanted to buy a car, but there was only one manufacturer (GM), then, yes, that would be a monopoly as you wouldn't be able to purchase Ford or Toyota. But since Ford and Toyota and Kia and Tesla and everybody else is able to sell their products, then its not a monopoly.
Same case here. We all choose to go with either Apple or Android or Windows or Whatever. We're not monopolized into buying Apple and therefore buying their Apps.
I don't see a lot of credibility here.
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