Businesses now face more threats than ever before. With Acronis, you can easily secure clients’ data and quickly return to a production-ready state in case of any disruption.
File, image, and applications backup
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Local recovery with Instant Restore
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Automated test failover
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Cloud-only VPN connection
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Production and test failover to Acronis Cloud: Ensure quick and easy automated failover of the client’s production environment
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VPN-less deployment option: Connect clients’ quickly and easily with point-to-site connectivity
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IPsec Multisite VPN support, L2 site-to-site open VPN: Easily support clients with multiple sites that are hosting critical workloads
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Multiple templates: Set up disaster recovery plans for your clients quickly and easily
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Runbooks: Simplifies and speeds up failover of multiple machines to a cloud recovery site
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Custom DNS configuration: Provide flexibility by setting up custom DNS configurations
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Cost-efficient and scalable Hybrid Disaster Recovery (DR)
Combine the full power of Acronis Advanced DR with your home network. One solution provides the best of both to protect client data, systems, and applications — achieving compliance, reducing latency, and optimizing costs.
GDPR, data sovereignty, and regulatory complianceDeliver a full-featured DR solution that complies with geographic directives and industry best practices for financial, medical, consumer, and business data.
When the cloud is just not fast enoughSome businesses, systems, and services require exceptional recovery SLAs. Eliminate latency risks by recovering locally.
Economic optimizationRight-size hardware and reduce storage costs for low-risk and fault-tolerant use cases without compromising DR. Recover services with significant traffic in your own data center to manage recovery costs.
Expand your services with advanced protection packs
Add other powerful components to strengthen your services even further with advanced protection packs and unique cyber protection capabilities. Control your costs by paying only for the functionalities your clients need.
- Advanced Security + EDRDesigned for service providers, Acronis EDR enables you to simplify endpoint security — rapidly detect, analyze and remediate advanced attacks while ensuring unmatched business continuity. Eliminate the cost and complexity of multiple point products and enable your team with one complete cyber protection solution that is simple to manage and deploy.
- Prioritization of security incidents
- AI-guided interpretations of attacks
- Business continuity with integrated backup and recovery
- Advanced SecurityEnhance your security services with integrated cyber protection that includes full-stack anti-malware. Increase your detection rate and responsiveness to the latest cyberthreats. Extend cyber protection to web browsing, backed-up data, the recovery process, and exploit prevention. Enable investigations by capturing forensic data in backups.
- Full stack anti-malware
- URL filtering
- Exploit prevention
- Advanced ManagementStreamline and automate your routine tasks via scripting and promptly close security gaps in clients’ infrastructure through patch management. Gain visibility into your clients’ software assets and data protection to ease daily tracking and planning tasks, and improve clients’ uptime by monitoring disk drives health.
- Cyber scripting
- Automated patch management
- Disk drive health monitor
- Advanced AutomationStreamline MSP business with a single integrated platform that automates workflows, improves customer interactions, and provides real-time business insights. Enable data-driven decisions and smarter resource utilization, resulting in improved manageability and value-based client relationships.
- High-performance automation
- Precise forecasting
- Next-level profitability
- Advanced BackupDefend clients’ data, even between scheduled backups. Extend backup capabilities to SAP HANA, Oracle DB, MariaDB, MySQL, and application clusters. You can also gain visibility into data-protection statuses across your clients’ infrastructure.
- Continuous data protection
- Data protection map
- Off-host data processing
- Advanced Disaster RecoveryGet clients back to business in mere minutes when disaster strikes by spinning up their systems in the Acronis Cloud and restoring them anywhere, ensuring immediate data availability. Make disaster recovery painless and increase efficiency with orchestration, runbooks, and automatic failover.
- Disaster recovery orchestration
- Production failover
- Site-to-site VPN
- Advanced Email SecurityBlock any email threat, including spam, phishing, business email compromise (BEC), account takeover (ATO), advanced persistent threats (APTs), and zero days in seconds before it reaches end users. Leverage Perception Point’s next-generation technology for lightning-fast detection and easy deployment, configuration, and management.
- Anti-phishing and anti-spoofing engines
- Anti-evasion and account takeover protection
- Next-generation dynamic detection against zero-days
- Advanced Data Loss Prevention (DLP)Prevent leakage of sensitive data from endpoints via more than 70 local and network channels and strengthen compliance with minimal effort and speed to value.
- Content-aware data loss prevention
- Automatic client-specific DLP policy creation and extension
- Pre-build data classifiers for common regulatory frameworks
- Advanced File Sync and Share
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Frequently Asked Questions
- What’s the difference between backup and disaster recovery solutions?
Backups are simple; they are copy of your corporate systems and data that can be used to bring a failed system back online. Disaster recovery refers to a more advanced form of system copies that include processing capabilities.
- What is a disaster recovery solution?
Disaster recovery solutions allow companies to quickly resume business-critical workloads after cyberattacks, natural disasters, or server failures. The disaster recovery process normally involves a separate physical or cloud site to restore data. Every disaster recovery solution aims to help businesses operate as usual. Since business continuity depends on high availability, disaster recovery strategies depend on tight RPOs and RTOs.
- What goes into a disaster recovery plan?
Every business will have its own unique requirements, so a good plan will minimize the complexity of the disaster recovery process. When creating a disaster recovery plan for your clients, you will first need to assess the applications, process, and cost versus risk which will help define your approach.
- What data should I back up for effective disaster recovery?
For reliable disaster recovery, you need to look beyond simply copying all of your clients’ databases and files. Their entire infrastructure – servers, PCs, NAS, SAN, hypervisors, and endpoints – contains vital production data. You’ll need to capture application settings, operating system configurations, bookmarks, and registry data for a full recovery.
- Where should I back up my clients’ data to perform disaster recovery?
To be able to failover your clients’ critical workloads, you should back up the data to Acronis Cloud Storage (or cold storage for backups). As the disaster occurs, fail over your clients’ workloads to the offsite server running in the Acronis Disaster Recovery Storage (or hot storage in the Acronis Cloud).
- What is MSP disaster recovery?
MSP disaster recovery is a service offered by managed service providers to clients that require a disaster recovery solution as a service (DRaaS) to ensure business continuity and client access to their data following a disaster, including a ransomware attack, hardware failure, natural disaster, or any other unplanned outage.
- Do MSPs need cloud DR services?
As a managed service provider, you should consider offering a cloud disaster recovery (DR) service — also called Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) — to protect your client’s workloads, limit downtime, and shorten recovery point objectives (RPOs) in the event of unplanned outage. With DRaaS, your clients do not need to invest in additional hardware and software or IT expertise to develop, test and execute an in-house DR strategy. Instead, your organization provides the services to replicate your clients’ systems and data to a cloud infrastructure and orchestrate the failover and failback process.