Many of you may know that a couple of weeks ago Gartner published its first-ever magic quadrant report on Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS). In case you missed it, Acronis is challenging the leaders in this space, and Gartner ranked us highest among the Challengers on our Ability to Execute.
But what does it really mean to you as a customer or future customer of Acronis?
All 14 players included in the Gartner Magic Quadrant are qualified vendors that have no doubt earned their placement in the report. With that said, each vendor offering differs in the way it approaches disaster recovery, the features it delivers, and the resources it allocates to the solution – all of which ultimately impact the actual solution delivered to customers.
So, the question is: How does Acronis differentiate, and where does Acronis fit in this landscape of disaster recovery solutions in the cloud?
To help you better understand the Acronis Disaster Recovery Service solution, we’ve provided more insight on our offering within the context of the Gartner Magic Quadrant report – see it here! You’ll not only get the complete Gartner report, but you can also see why we believe Acronis is challenging the status quo in disaster recovery with innovative features like non-disruptive testing, automation, and a commitment to providing our customers the fastest recovery times possible should a man-made or natural disaster strike.
We believe that Acronis Disaster Recovery Service addresses the broadest spectrum of use cases on the market. There are a number of key features and benefits that are unique and best-of-breed, leveraging years of development and layers of technology – all of which should be closely looked at when comparing disaster recovery strategies and solutions.
I encourage to read the entire report to get the latest view on the market and its key players. You’ll learn why it is important to have both backup and disaster recovery functionality as part of your business continuity strategy, and how you can benefit from the versatility of the Acronis hybrid-cloud architecture of our solution.
You can also learn more about our flexible RTO options – cold, warm, and hot – to help you address different disaster requirements and price points!
If you have not checked out the latest in backup and disaster recovery, now is the time! Read the Acronis view and the complete Gartner Magic Quadrant report on Disaster Recovery as a Service today!
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Acronis is a Swiss company, founded in Singapore. Celebrating two decades of innovation, Acronis has more than 1,800 employees in 45 locations. The Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud solution is available in 26 languages in over 150 countries and is used by 20,000 service providers to protect over 750,000 businesses.