Backup and data protection business Acronis has launched Acronis True Image Cloud and Acronis True Image 2016. Aimed at small businesses the new Acronis True Image Cloud provides protection both locally and in the cloud – for desktop data and features multi-device and new mobile device support – including Android, iPhone, and iPad devices and Windows tablets.
The new solution protects every sort of device including PCs, Macs and includes support for Android, iPhone, and iPad devices, and Windows tablets and is managed from a single cloud dashboard. The dashboard handles backup and recovery of multiple devices from one place and is includes unlimited cloud space and a new personal archiving capability for moving large and rarely used files to the Acronis Cloud, ensuring users never run out of storage, and freeing-up hard drives. Users can access and view archived files from any device and can archive data by type and size.
Acronis claims the fastest backup and restore in the industry both locally and in the cloud – up to 50% faster than the competition and data is secured in transit and rest with a user-defined private key that uses AES-256 encryption and secure communication channels.
The system also allows storage to 3rd party cloud storage destinations available through local file system integration, or data can be saved to local, external drives or to a local or remote network.
Additionally Acronis has also released Acronis True Image 2016 which provides entire computer backup and bare-metal restore, and/or migration to new computers using a local hard drive. New features includes the return of the ‘try& decide’ capability which provides a controlled, temporary environment to safely test new software, drivers, and system configurations.
Acronis True Image Cloud with unlimited cloud backup & archiving space starts from £64.95 per year for one computer and three devices to £134.95 per year for five computers and fifteen devices.