Why do you need Exabytes Acronis Cloud Backup?

Nowadays, it seems that wherever you go, there are discussions or news about businesses migrating to the cloud (or running software and systems remotely via the Internet). Indeed, Cloud backup is an excellent option for providing additional redundancy and security for businesses that want to ensure their important data is available if and when onsite or physical data disasters strike.

Risk of Losing Important Data

The facts speak for themselves.  

According to Acronis, more than 50% of all online businesses are victims of data breach, who suffer losses in company reputation, customer loyalty, and trust. 40% of those companies lose more than 20% of customers caused by the data-loss event.

Yes, you may not think your website has anything worth being attacked..

However, according to SiteLock, 99% of the victims are small business websites, blogs, and non-profit websites.

Besides investing in website security software, the best practice is making sure you have a reliable backup system. 

Why do you need Exabytes Acronis Cloud Backup?

#1 Hybrid local & cloud protection

Exabytes Acronis Cloud Backup provides a safe, secure and scalable data protection, bare-metal recovery, and on-site and cloud backup of any data – anywhere, anytime. It is a fully managed service – let us take care of your data protection so that you can focus on your primary business tasks!

#2 Instant Restore

Instant restore capability: recover your system in just seconds by starting any system directly from backup storage.

#3 Blockchain Notarization

Ensure data integrity with blockchain-based Acronis Notary technology — prevents damage to or tampering with your files by attacks targeting archive files.

#4 Universal Restore

Perform dissimilar hardware recovery dramatically faster, without incompatibility issues.

#5 Flexible backup plans

Schedule full backups on a daily or weekly basis, all while backing up certain folders more frequently. You can also configure backups to multiple locations for better protection, or even use incremental, differential or custom schemes.

#6 Encrypted backup with password protection

Encrypt data locally before sending it to the secure cloud server to ensure maximum privacy for your data. Since you are the only person who can set the password, only you can access it!

For more information about Exabytes Acronis Cloud Backup, visit https://www.exabytes.my/web-security/acronis-backup

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