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All-encompassing tragedy prevention: Reviews for Acronis True Image 2021

Last week’s release of Acronis True Image 2021 has certainly been well-received by the individuals, prosumers, and small businesses looking for cyber protection – and that’s the true measure of success for our team.

Yet it was also good to see that the new release made some good impressions on the analysts and media outlets that follow the personal and small business software and cybersecurity industries. As the first truly comprehensive personal cyber protection solution – integrating advanced cybersecurity with our best-of-breed backup – we knew it would generate some interest.

Considering how many over-hyped pitches these industry observers regularly get, it’s been refreshing to see them recognize the revolutionary nature of this release.

AV-TEST examines Acronis True Image 2021 integrated antimalware

When Acronis created the concept of cyber protection – the integration of reliable backups and effective cybersecurity – it was because we saw how hackers were creating more sophisticated attacks that start by corrupting backup software, disabling backup agents, and altering backup files.

We knew then that backup without antimalware is no longer sufficient because it couldn’t keep the data protected.

Acronis True Image 2021: The first complete personal cyber protection solution

In today’s digital world, you can lose data in any number of ways. You can accidentally delete something you need. Your hard drive can fail. And now there’s a never-ending array of malware threats that usually start their attacks by targeting your backups so you have no way to recover. And, until now, there hasn’t been a single solution that addressed it all.

With today’s release of Acronis True Image 2021, that all changes. That’s because the new Acronis True Image integrates advanced cybersecurity capabilities with our best-of-breed personal backup.

The result is the world’s first complete personal cyber protection solution – purpose-built to make protection easier to manage and more affordable, while greatly improving the security of data and devices.

Mozy customers want more than Carbonite

When Carbonite acquired Mozy for $145 million more than a year ago, the news understandably spooked many long-time Mozy customers and service provider partners. What would happen to their data? Would their costs increase? What kind of support could they expect?

Carbonite made a good show of trying to ease concerns, but communications were apparently less than ideal. Many Mozy users were surprised when Carbonite started being installed on their systems – and based on the reports we’ve been hearing from users and our managed service provider (MSPs) partners, the migration experience has not been smooth.

Since their backup solution is going to change regardless, now is a perfect time for former Mozy users to consider alternatives like Acronis, which offers several advantages over Carbonite.

Just released - Acronis True Image 2020

They say that the only constant in life is change. That’s never been more apparent than in today’s digital world, where the amount of data we generate grows exponentially, hackers use cutting-edge technology to make their attacks more effective, and individuals spend more on multiple services and solutions to protect and defend our personal data.

In our ongoing mission to protect all data, applications, and systems – wherever they are found – today we’ve released Acronis True Image 2020, the new version of our award-winning personal cyber protection solution. With more than 100 enhancements designed to improve its performance and multiple new features that provide greater protection and control, this new release delivers everything an individual needs to ensure they never lose another file.

Acronis True Image 2018

Today is a big day at Acronis, as we launch Acronis True Image 2018, which offers a host of new backup and recovery capabilities. It also marks the first time a personal backup product will include artificial intelligence-based technology to actively protect data against ransomware.

This combination of features makes Acronis True Image 2018 the most reliable, easiest to use and most secure personal backup and recovery software available – and we’re stoked to set a new standard in data protection for individuals, families and home office users.

The Acronis True Image 2017 New Generation NYC Launch Event — Blockchain, Ransomware, and the Race Toward the Future

The Acronis team landed in NYC last week to discuss the global threat of ransomware and present groundbreaking technology that lifts the concept of data protection to a brand new level. The event was packed to capacity with standing room only — hundreds of professionals and media representatives came to hear about the latest developments in the world of cyber security and personal data safety.

It was the launch of Acronis True Image 2017 New Generation. Acronis CMO John Zanni and Acronis VP and GM of Consumer Business Gaidar Magdanurov were joined by a former FBI cyber security expert Eric O’Neill  and blockchain expert Alex Tapscott to launch the new product and talk about the ever-evolving technical landscape and our responsibilities in keeping data protected.

Acronis True Image 2017 New Generation: Your Ultimate Backup Destination and Protection Against Ransomware

The wait is over! We are excited to announce the immediate availability of Acronis True Image 2017 New Generation, a powerful personal backup software packed with new ground-breaking features designed to pull the world out of the multi-billion-dollar ransomware nightmare. It also has the capacity to certify and verify the data through blockchain technology.

Acronis Backup 12 Closer Look — Microsoft Exchange Server Backup

Acronis Backup 12 Closer Look — Microsoft Exchange Server Backup

Email has changed the business world forever. Just to think that only 25 years ago there was no email may be a surprise for some. Nowadays your company’s communication relies mostly on email especially if you have remote workforce and multiple offices. Most companies normally use email to communicate with customers, suppliers, partners, media — practically everyone.

Email servers are critical for any organization — it’s safe to say that if your email system malfunctions, your company or your business would suffer greatly. It may even stop operating altogether.

Back Up Your Carousel of Nostalgia: Don Draper Would Approve

Back Up Your Carousel of Nostalgia: Don Draper Would Approve

My dad had the coolest Nikkormat film camera and lenses. He shot vacations and family events almost exclusively on 35mm color slides. He taught me about f-stops and depth of field and Super 8 movies. Our basement darkroom reeked of stop bath and always had black-and-white prints hanging to dry. We even had a separate circuit for the red safelight.