March 27, 2008
Press release

Acronis releases E-Book: "Business continuity with Microsoft Windows Server 2008"

BURLINGTON, Mass., March 27, 2008 - Acronis, Inc. (www.acronis.com/en-us/), a provider of affordable, scalable storage management and disaster recovery software, today announced the release of an e-book entitled Business Continuity with Microsoft Windows Server 2008, which provides business owners with a comprehensive overview of backup, recovery and business continuity best practices on the new version of Microsoft Server.

Authored by Danielle and Nelson Ruest, the e-book is excerpted from Microsoft Windows Server 2008: The Complete Reference, published by McGraw-Hill, and helps IT administrators working with Windows Server 2008 (WS08) design and deploy practical disaster recovery and business continuity strategies. An appendix included with the e-book outlines how to further protect systems using Acronis technology.

The e-book and the Acronis appendix, available as a PDF file, combine to provide a wealth of knowledge on business continuity, disaster recovery and systems management.

"You will be ready to meet the challenges of disaster recovery so that your operations can continue," said the Ruests, both Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) working for Resolutions Enterprises, a consulting firm based in Victoria, BC, Canada, focused on IT infrastructure design. "In addition, you will be taking advantage of the most advanced IT strategies to build a secure and highly available network services infrastructure," they added.

"Disasters happen; technology fails, so IT departments need to be ready for every potential interruption," said Robert Thaler, senior marketing communications director at Acronis. "Disaster recovery is more than simply backing up data; it's about building a fail-safe plan for your entire network so that any system can be restored to a known, working condition quickly and efficiently without worrying about the underlying infrastructure. If you are working with Windows Server 2008, this e-book should be in your library."

A $14.95 value, the e-book and the Acronis appendix are available for free as a PDF file at http://www.acronis.com/bcmebook/pr.

About Acronis® True Image Echo™

With Acronis True Image Echo, users can create an exact duplicate image of the live disk drives on servers or workstations, including the operating system, all configuration files, programs, updates, databases and data. The image can be saved to internal or external disk drives (including USB 2.0 and FireWire), networked drives (NAS, SAN), RAID controllers, writable CD or DVD, SCSI tape drives, or even FTP servers. The ability to create transportable images that can be restored universally to dissimilar hardware is also possible through Acronis Universal Restore™. The image can be used for any number of purposes, including disaster recovery, data backup, disk cloning, and migration to and from virtual machine environments.

As a certified Microsoft partner, all Acronis products support the Windows Server 2008 infrastructure, including Acronis Snap Deploy™ 3.0 beta launched this month. It enables IT managers to configure multiple computers simultaneously.




About Acronis:

Acronis is a global cyber protection company that provides natively integrated cybersecurity, data protection, and endpoint management for managed service providers (MSPs), small and medium businesses (SMBs), and enterprise IT departments. Acronis solutions are highly efficient and designed to identify, prevent, detect, respond, remediate, and recover from modern cyberthreats with minimal downtime, ensuring data integrity and business continuity. Acronis offers the most comprehensive security solution on the market for MSPs with its unique ability to meet the needs of diverse and distributed IT environments.

A Swiss company founded in Singapore in 2003, Acronis has 45 locations across the globe. Acronis Cyber Protect is available in 26 languages in 150 countries and is used by over 20,000 service providers to protect over 750,000 businesses. Learn more at www.acronis.com.
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