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Acronis Backup Cloud
Acronis Backup Cloud is suited for backing up Windows Servers. Downtime is greatly decreased by using their virtualization options. You will need a Hyper-V enabled computer to virtualize, though, but this can be one of your general-use workstations. A Windows 10 Pro machine with 16 GB of RAM would do it for you.Or, if you have Macs that need to be backed up, you can do that as well. You can grab either full volume images, or files/folders.I can't really think of a scenario that you would not want Acronis Backup Cloud, except pre-Server 2012 OS's, since virtualization isn't supported on those older systems.
- Up to date UI, convenient central management interface, web-based console (we use local web console)
- Good to backup all machines (PC, windows server, Vmware) using a single tool
Professional in EngineeringComputer Software Company, 11-50 employees
- No option for on premises hardware BDR. This means recovery restorations rely on self-supplied hardware performance.
- License per machine can get costly if large number of computers or servers.
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Acronis Backup Cloud9.1
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The cost savings we realized from moving to this software has us hooked - it does everything we need it to do on a very high level (virtualization, for example) and is very low cost for us.
Acronis is a great solution and provides a flexible amount of ways to backup and restore data. For software, it competes directly with Carbonite, ShadowProtect, Veeam, and Veritas. Most of these solutions are agent based and require licenses for each. Acronis does a great job for small to medium businesses and matches the features of the other software solutions.
Return on Investment
- Easy to configure and install as well as setup.
- Restorations can be very quick if self provided hardware is powerful.
- Can require switching products if company has large growth as more endpoints require large cost investment.
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