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Symantec Backup Exec 2012 V-Ray Edition is designed to completely protect your VMware or Hyper-V virtual
environments. With advanced host-based virtual protection and integrated deduplication, the V-Ray Edition gives you worry-free backup and recovery for virtual machines and virtualized applications. It also gives you granular recovery of entire virtual machines, single files, Active Directory objects, Exchange emails, or SharePoint documents from a single-pass, host-level backup.
Symantec Backup Exec 2012 V-Ray Edition is targeted at customers who are fully or primarily virtualized – that is, have all their file servers, print servers, application servers, etc. moved into a VMware or Microsoft Hyper-V virtual environment.
With support for Windows and Linux virtual machines, included advanced integrated deduplication, and virtualized application protection, the V-Ray Edition really hits the sweet spot of power, simplicity, and ease of use that demanding IT administrators require.
Symantec Backup Exec 2012 is one integrated product that protects virtual and physical environments, simplifies both backup and disaster recovery, and recovers data or systems at any scale, from an individual item to an entire server. Backup Exec 2012 restores entire servers, critical Microsoft applications, and VMware or Microsoft Hyper-V virtual environments to dramatically minimize business downtime.
Backup Exec 2012 is truly the culmination of Symantec’s global team of expert engineers who spent million of man-hours singularly focused on changing the playing field of backup software. In addition to completely reworking thousands of lines of code, Symantec offers Backup Exec in four editions.
Everyone is itching for any information they can get on the upcoming Adobe Creative Suite 6 release which is slated for sometime in the first half of this year. The internet is filled to the brim (does the internet have a brim?) with rumors about the new features in Creative Suite 6 and supposedly “leaked” documents that show various aesthetic and functional enhancements such as the new, more Lightroom-esque Photoshop interface.
Well we have scoured the collective hive-mind (otherwise known as Google) searching for any shreds of information that we could bring to you about CS6, and here is what we found…