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– Acronis, a leading provider of hybrid cloud data protection announces Acronis Backup 12, a game-changing new solution that protects businesses’ full digital image. Acronis Backup 12 is unlike any other solution with its ability to backup and protect company data in today’s hybrid cloud IT environments – whether it resides in the cloud, on-premises, across virtual and physical systems, in remote systems, and on mobile devices.
“Today’s digital businesses require instant access to data at all times – a loss for even a few minutes can put you out of business forever,” said Serguei Beloussov, co-founder and CEO at Acronis. “With Acronis Backup 12, businesses get the complete protection required in this new digital world with the ability to control their data no matter where it resides combined with the power to get it back faster than ever before in the event of a loss or an outside attack.”
Addressing Today’s Expanding Need for Complete Data Protection
Legacy backup solutions do not provide adequate protection due to the increasingly complex IT infrastructures in use today with multiple physical systems, virtual environments, cloud workloads, and more mobile devices. Companies also face greater risks and vulnerabilities related to external threats like Ransomware, which has seen a 400% increase in mobile device attacks since 2014.1
As a result, improving data backup and recovery ranks among the top two IT priorities for businesses over the next 12 months, according to Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG).
Acronis Backup 12 Gives IT Managers Complete Control of Data
Acronis Backup 12 is the only solution that gives businesses complete control over the location of their data, systems, and backups. As a result, IT managers always know where their company data is located and who has access to it, even when stored in the cloud and with cloud applications, such as Microsoft Office 365.
In the event of data loss, Acronis Backup 12 provides businesses with a range of recovery options, including file, email, and database recovery; system recovery, including bare-metal recovery, active restore, instant restore, and vmFlashBack; cloud disaster recovery; and physical data shipment. Acronis Backup 12 also enables IT Managers to migrate data, applications and systems to any platform.
Why Now is the Time for Businesses to Move to Acronis Backup 12
Cloud Convergence with New Unified Web Console
Backs up and manages on-premises and cloud, physical systems, virtual hosts and machines, and cloud workloads
Recovery Time Objectives (RTO) in 15 seconds or less with Acronis Instant Restore™
– Allows IT Managers to reduce RTO to seconds by running any physical or virtual Windows or Linux system backup as a VMware or Hyper-V virtual machine.
Support for Cloud Workloads with New Hybrid Cloud Architecture –
Allows IT Managers to back up on-premises physical and virtual systems, as well as Microsoft Azure VMs and Amazon EC2 instances
Complete Protection for PCs, Macs, and Mobile devices –
Enables IT Managers to back up Microsoft Windows PCs and Tablets, Macs, iPads, iPhones and any Android devices
Virtual Host Backup
Backs up VMware ESXi and Microsoft Hyper-V hosts (not just VMs) and recovers them to dissimilar hardware
Acronis Backup 12 also provides the broadest range of data protection support for Microsoft infrastructure and applications, including Microsoft Exchange, Office365, SharePoint, Active Directory, Windows Server, Windows PC, Hyper-V, Azure, as well as Azure Stack upon its release to the market.
Acronis sets the standard for hybrid cloud data protection through its backup, cloud storage, disaster recovery, and secure file sync and share solutions. Founded in 2003, Acronis protects the data of over 5 million consumers and 500,000 businesses in over 145 countries. With more than 100 patents, Acronis products have been named best product of the year, and cover a range of features, including migration, cloning and replication.