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Acronis Backup 12.5 is certainly one of the best backup solutions available today. Its excellent hardware and software support, ransomware protection, and Instant Restore features are pure gold.
Acronis Backup 12.5 converges cloud and on-premises data protection into a unified solution designed for quick and reliable recovery of business-critical applications. It is managed through an intuitive, easy-to-use web console.
Acronis Backup 12.5 offers an impressive range of new features and has virtually every data protection angle covered for businesses of all sizes. With its extensive virtualization support, ease of use and excellent value, it's our new champion option.
Cloud backup (aka cloud computer backup) is when you make a copy of your files, applications, virtual machines or servers and store them safely on a remote network of computing resources that you access via the internet.
"The cloud" refers to that network of connected computer resources. Learn the difference between cloud storage and cloud backup
Data security begins with the solution itself. For Acronis, that means you can rely on an integrated, machine-learning-based self-defense, which guards against zero-day ransomware attacks. This self-protection mechanism keeps Acronis software, your data, and all backup files protected from ransomware – even those strains that have never been seen before. Meanwhile, enterprise-grade encryption defends your data in-transit and at rest in the secure Acronis Cloud. As a result, only you have access to your data. Finally, your cloud-based files are safe in our data centers, which are all Tier-IV designed and have numerous certifications, including SSAE-18, HIPAA, and PCI DSS.
When it comes to the cost of cloud backup services, you’ll invest in both the software solution(s), as well as the cloud storage you use. There are two primary approaches to cloud storage pricing: fixed rate and per-use. Per-use is typically based on gigabytes (GB) needed, which are allocated by range such as 20-50GB, 50-100GB, etc. This means that you only pay for the services you need.
Acronis offers a flexible pricing model so customers can choose the software license that makes sense for them, which is paired with the cloud storage needed. While Acronis’ solutions support public and private cloud storage, Acronis Cloud Storage is also available and easily scales to meet your needs. As little as 5GB of Acronis Cloud Storage is available to begin covering an unlimited number of workstations, servers, virtual hosts and mobile devices. Pricing is set in tiers thereafter: 250GB, 500GB, 1TB and so forth. As you scale, the pricing for cloud backup services becomes increasingly cost efficient.