Acronis Backup to Cloud - Volume Subscription license (1 year) - 1.5 TB cap

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  • 1.5 TB capacity
  • unlimited machines
  • hosted
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  • Volume Subscription license (1 year)
  • 1.5 TB capacity
  • unlimited machines
  • hosted
Created specifically for smaller business environments, Acronis Backup is the fastest, easiest way to protect your investment. The disk imaging technology helps you protect your entire system - even if you aren't an IT expert. By combining patented single-pass backups with an easy-to-use interface, Acronis helps you capture everything in one single step: operating systems, applications, data, and more.

How long can you survive without your data? In the event of disaster, Acronis Backup provides fast, one-click recovery of individual files, application data, or a complete system - all from a single backup. Now you can get back to work in minutes, not hours.

Each product in the Acronis Backup family is an all-in-one, complete solution tailored to a specific business component: servers, virtual machines, business applications, or individual PCs. From easy system migrations to innovative storage-saving technology, the full-featured, comprehensive products are all you need.

Acronis Backup to Cloud - Volume Subscription license (1 year) - 1.5 TB cap is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Backup & Recovery Tool for System Administrators In any network and system environment, backup and recovery is one of the most crucial, critical and inevitably important and demanding task. There are two products (Norton Ghost & Acronis True Image) which are top of the line in terms of granularity and flexibility. Reliable and rapid recovery is one of the system administrators’ strong needs in deployed domains.I had used Norton Ghost v.9 quite for some time and the sole purpose for usage was client pc’s restoration in case of HDD failure caused by malfunction, viral activity or any other reason for system drive corruption. Though both Ghost and Acronis provide excellent recovery from scratch for partition recovery to full HDD and Logical Volume backup and restore for almost all Microsoft operating systems (MS Small Business Server, MS Windows Server 2008 to Windows Server 2012 and downstream to Windows Xp), moreover both support for Linux flavors like Ubuntu, Fedora and RHEL 6.As a regular user of Acronis True image now for windows domain which consist of 74 pc's, with identical hardware and software considerations I found the Acronis true image as an best solution for backup & recovery and optimum tool for any HDD cloning.(Domain Controller with Windows 2003 R2 64 bit operating system on it without any limitation).I found Acronis to be the best solution for following salient reasons:1. Acronis UI is simple and easy to understand for novice user as well as advance user .All important tasks focused on one page.2. True image is providing far more granular facilities like file and folder recovery.3. Acronis doesn’t require .NET framework 2.x as Norton Ghost.4. Acronis provides bootable support for Linux as compared to Norton Ghost and NovaStor Backup.5. Acronis provided unlimited number of backups and doesn’t limit.6. Network Drive backup is also supported for backup through Acronis True Image.7. Image size of Acronis is less than image created through Norton Ghost.8. Acronis keeps all of its incremental and full backups in Acronis Secure Zone which is inaccessible by malware, user interventions or any possible corruption of the image for backup. Secure zone is a propriety partition which is referred as ASZ only accessible by Acronis Backup and Recovery.9. Recovery disk can be created on almost any type of portable device i.e. USB memory stick, external HDD, Zip drive etc.Possible Cons:Help Support is far less than Norton Ghost.Domain Controller HDD image created through Acronis might pose problems like rejoining of the client pc to domain ,Reliability in case of Active directory partition, MS SQL Server, Exchange Server is doubtful.I am using Acronis bootable USB stick with image on it and almost saving 3 hrs. of manhours of our technical staff. One of other benefit which my Windows Domain gets is restoration of image on different hardware with Acronis Universal Restore.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2019-04-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Takes a lot of the manual work out of replicating backups Primary Use CaseI use it for server backups and workstation backups and it performs pretty well.Improvements to My OrganizationIt has taken a lot of the manual work out of replicating backups.Valuable FeaturesThe ability to clone backups, to have backups replicated.Room for ImprovementBetter centralized management, because I use it across multiple clients. To have a console that centrally manages them would be nice.Use of SolutionOne to three years.Stability IssuesIt's stable.Scalability IssuesI use it for very small workstations to launch servers, so the scalability is good.Previous SolutionsWe chose Acronis because it had better non-cloud backup features.Initial SetupThe setup was very straightforward, it was easy. There weren't any complications to it.Other AdviceMy most important criterion when selecting a vendor is the usual: pricing.I rate this solution at eight out of 10. I don't think any backup solution is perfect, so I think eight is a fair rating for it.Make sure you are looking for objectives for your backup. There are less expensive solutions out there. You really have to weigh what your backup objectives are in the first place.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2018-10-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from ?Universal restore has made moving systems to dissimilar hardware less difficult.? Valuable FeaturesMounting .tibs, Live Boot Restore, and Universal Restore:* Being able to open and mount .tib images allows for easy restoring of files.* Live boot DVD allows for easy restore of entire system in a catastrophic hard drive failure without having to rebuild OS from scratch and then installing programs and restoring data. (I highly recommend performing at least one test restore to a hard drive of similar size, to the boot drive being imaged, to be sure images can be restored successfully).* Universal Restore allows for moving of systems to new and dissimilar computer hardware. All are valuable and reliable with Acronis Backup 11.7.50220.Improvements to My OrganizationUniversal Restore has made moving systems to dissimilar hardware less difficult.Room for ImprovementLive thumb drive boot process does not work well and support for it is lacking.Stability IssuesNo.Scalability IssuesNo.Customer Service and Technical SupportSupport for issues other than the bootable thumb drive issue have been good.Previous SolutionsI used Backup Exec and Ghost. I liked the imaging aspect of Ghost, but found Acronis Backup got much better over the years.Initial SetupSetup is fairly straightforward.Pricing, Setup Cost and LicensingThe licensing cost for Acronis Backup Workstation is fair.Other Solutions ConsideredI have not used other products since moving to Acronis Backup.Other AdviceFor businesses that collect customer data, I would not use a cloud solution. Images that can be synced to an external hard drive that can be stored offsite is the only solution I recommend.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-11-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Provides ease of setting up the backups for different machines. Alerts you if something is going on. Valuable Features:Central management is the most valuable feature because it's easy to use.Improvements to My Organization:It provides ease of setting up the backups for different machines, and then it alerts you basically if something is going on. You don't have to actually connect to the computer, you just go to the management to see what's going on.Room for Improvement:Nothing as of now that needs to be improved. I'm sure that there is scope for improvement, but I just haven't had enough use of it.Use of Solution:We have been using this solution for just under a year.Stability Issues:It doesn't crash. I got a couple of backup errors and it didn't really give too much detail, but the program was still running on the computer that gave the errors.Scalability Issues:As long as you're paying, I guess there's no limit. It's pretty scalable based on the user.Previous Solutions:Previously, I was just using a Windows Backup built-in with the OS. I wanted something that was not tied to the OS directly, so that is why we switched over to Acronis. The Windows Backup was free and I switched to this which I'm now paying for; so cost didn't really matter, in the sense that it was more of a comfort level and non-proprietary tied to Windows Backup being done.Initial Setup:The setup was straightforward. You install the little client on the computer, then you go to the central management and set up when you want it to backup; it was very easy.Other Solutions Considered:We did look at other solutions. I had used Acronis before this version, i.e., just a single standalone setup that had the whole user interface. So, I was familiar with Acronis and I leaned towards it versus trying a lot of the other ones. I was using the Windows one prior to it. I didn't really evaluate too many options. The price was right, so I just went with it.Other Advice:Ease of deployment is something that was important, and that's what this solution did offer.If you're looking for a backup solution, you want to be sure that the deployment is easy to do, i.e., if you're working with hundreds of computers or so.There's always room for improvement, but it's working well.It's easy to use and deploy. It's just in the background, you kind of forget about it until you get messages that the backups were all successful.Disclaimer: IT Central Station contacted the reviewer to collect the review and to validate authenticity. The reviewer was referred by the vendor, but the review is not subject to editing or approval by the vendor.
Date published: 2017-07-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The most valuable features are backup and recovery. Valuable Features:Backup and recovery are the main things for us. We backup using the incremental feature every two weeks. We use the full backup feature for external hard drives. They usually fill about 5 Terabytes. We then switch them out for storage offsite and it works really well for us.Improvements to My Organization:It is fast and everything is consolidated in one place. It's easier to use than Symantec, our previous solution. It's just easier and everything is all in one place.If we get more servers, there are options moving forward to upgrade to "Advanced" when everything is on one dashboard. This is something we have been looking at as we grow.Room for Improvement:I can't really think of anything right now, sorry. I feel like I'm missing something.Use of Solution:We have been using this since the end of 2015.Stability Issues:We haven't had any issues with stability so far.Scalability Issues:In terms of scalability, there have been no issues so far. I do like that we have options going forward with "Advanced", where will be have everything on one dashboard.Technical Support:In terms of technical support, I believe we used it once. I would have to give them a 10. They were great and they answered all the questions that we had. It was near the beginning of the process, so I don't remember exactly what the issue was, but I do remember that it was good.Previous Solutions:We were using Symantec Backup Exec. We switched when we had someone come in and manage all of this for us. It was a solution that they had chosen when we had enough people here that we could cover it on our own.We found that we just didn't like the previous solution. With this solution, it's easy to switch out the backups. We are using the hard drives. With Symantec, you had to go through and figure out how to switch things. You had to bring in old hard drives with the old backup files on them. It didn't always read the old back up files, so we would have a heart attack. It just wasn't worth using.Initial Setup:The setup was it was pretty straightforward. We didn't have any problems at all with it.Other Advice:I don't have anything crazy and specific to say about it. If you go through testing bookmarks for your version, you wouldn't really have to contact support much unless you had something that's extremely detailed. Our setup here, for example, is pretty simple and we try to keep it that way. We have one for each server and it just does everything on its own.Any questions that we have can just be answered by looking on the web. The answers are all right there for you to find in general.Compared to we had before, we now have ease of use. I can't say enough for that. It’s one of those things where you do your server checks and I always check it just to make sure everything's running. This has never really been the problem that we had. That's what we wanted. We wanted something that's reliable, going to do its job, and we won't have to worry.Disclaimer: IT Central Station contacted the reviewer to collect the review and to validate authenticity. The reviewer was referred by the vendor, but the review is not subject to editing or approval by the vendor.
Date published: 2017-07-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Over the Network Backup needs improvement. Works very well with real-time backup of our database files server Valuable Features:Acronis Backup Advanced for Windows ServerImprovements to My Organization:We update our Vaccination Tracking System (VTS) software on a monthly basis with software patches and added features, with Acronis Backup & Recovery, it enables us to always revert to the initial state when we experience challenges with the test environment. Because of the numerous reports we get from our staff in the filed while using the VTS, ABR allows us to incrementally backup important changes as we continually try to fix compatibility issues with different scenarios. Works very well with real-time backup of our database files server when staff upload information captured from polio vaccination tracking.Room for Improvement:Over the Network BackupUse of Solution:Since September 2013 (14 months)Deployment Issues:Yes, mostly with Acronis Snap Deploy, using network deployment, most clients do not automatically get DHCP settings when using dual network adapters on the Server. And the network settings aren't automatically recognized from the Snap Deploy interface, until set manually. (even after successfully booting into Acronis via the network).Stability Issues:We haven't seen any issues with stability.Scalability Issues:We haven't seen any issues with scalability.Customer Service:Good. There are a variety of options to choose from.Technical Support:Excellent! Have been with the support team severally through chat and sometimes if things get really complicated they assist remotely to access my server and fix things up for me.Previous Solutions:Yes, I was using Windows Backup and Restore feature. Upon discovering Acronis, I was fascinated by the flexible granular detailed features of 'what to and where to (multiple locations)' Backup and its central management capabilities as opposed to Windows' local system administration.Initial Setup:None that I found difficult. Configuration is mostly wizard-based, so its pretty straightforward.Implementation Team:In-houseROI:Can't really say in monetary terms but it is really Time-saving. Extremely time efficient.Other Solutions Considered:Discovered Acronis first, and went with the solution. Found it to be more user friendly and flexible.Other Advice:Worth trying out. Worked for me. Should have a good system admin to implement the solution more effectively.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Review about Acronis Backup Valuable Features:Easy deployment of management console , Acronis Aecure Zone to boot from the Backing up Image to recover the system from funcion 11 buttonImprovements to My Organization:To backing up the Laptops and workstation of shiefs and supervisorsa speed recovery processRoom for Improvement:More flexibility with Acronis Linux Consoleto run Modules like Acronis Windows consoleon linux some modules are lockUse of Solution:3 yearsDeployment Issues:noStability Issues:noScalability Issues:noCustomer Service:6.5Technical Support:6.5Previous Solutions:no , allways I used acronis ...from version Acronis true echo server version 7Initial Setup:not found any complex processImplementation Team:no I deployed with my clients this solutionCost and Licensing Advice:now was release Acronis 12 with a integration to Cloud Acronisis usefull to backup data and do more stronger , the security Policyto critical dataOther Solutions Considered:noOther Advice:noDisclaimer: My company has a business relationship with this vendor other than being a customer:Partner
Date published: 2016-11-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Review about Acronis Backup Advanced server 11.07 on win 2012 server Valuable Features:1. Easy integration with File and storage server module of win 2012 2. easy integration of Acronis vault with format of volumes on file and storage server 2012 3. good performance with deduplication backupImprovements to My Organization:The deduplication drane resources about the microprocessor and memory , the integration of acronis vaults with the volume format lets doing a deduplication withouttrouble , the rate data tranfer to SAN is good tooUse of Solution:2 yearsStability Issues:noScalability Issues:noPrevious Solutions:noInitial Setup:anyoneOther Advice:becouse the deduplication drain to much resouces is advisable not overload the server with many roles , setting up a volume with VHDX disk format on your NAS or SAN and then aplicate the deduplicationDisclaimer: My company has a business relationship with this vendor other than being a customer:PARTNER
Date published: 2016-11-19
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