New Acronis Hybrid Disaster Recovery empowers service providers to meet all DR use cases

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When disaster strikes, Acronis service provider partners are ready. And with today’s launch of Acronis Hybrid Disaster Recovery, service providers are empowered to protect their client’s data, applications, and systems with more flexibility, agility, and security than ever before.

The vast majority of disaster recovery solutions on the market today are designed to run either in the cloud or in a local data center. This limitation can lead to a number of challenges including:

·       Latency issues caused by recovering from distant cloud storage

·       Expense issues caused by hardware usage in local data centers

·       Compliance issues caused by improper (albeit temporary) data storage

Acronis Hybrid Disaster Recovery delivers the best of both worlds, enabling service providers to select which environment best suits the needs of their individual clients without having to compromise on any features or functionalities.

Built on top of Acronis Cyber Infrastructure and available through the service provider solution Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud, Hybrid Disaster Recovery presents service providers with an intuitive single pane of glass view designed to streamline their delivery of disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) to their clients. This is a key differentiator in the DRaaS market and a significant advantage for Acronis service provider partners.

When (and why) MSPs will want to deploy hybrid disaster recovery

Anytime the location of data storage is important, the exciting new capabilities of Acronis Hybrid Disaster Recovery can ensure compliance, agile recovery, and complete end-to-end security. Today, this flexibility is evolving from “important” to an MSPs relationship with DR clients to “essential”.

Two key use cases are below, with several more detailed in this introductory video guide to the new product:

Clients are demanding faster full recovery times

The cost of downtime has been growing for years, today costing some organizations $84,650 every hour. As a result, businesses are increasingly negotiating shorter SLAs for their data recovery: shorter RTOs and closer RPOs. Hybrid disaster recovery empowers MSPs to meet these needs by reducing the latency of recovery from cloud storage.

Strict data sovereignty and regulatory requirements demand MSP compliance

Acronis Hybrid Disaster Recovery’s flexibility enables MSPs to consistently comply with geographic directives and relevant regulatory compliance demands. In addition to regulations like GDPR and geographical data sovereignty laws, MSPs can easily adhere to their clients’ specific industry best practices for data protection and data privacy.

Learn more about Acronis Hybrid Disaster Recovery

Service providers interested in expanding their disaster recovery service capabilities can learn more about the new functions and benefits of Acronis Hybrid Disaster Recovery here. For an in-depth look at the newly launched product’s documentation, visit our documentation page.

About Acronis

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.

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