Acronis Cyber Backup: Your Reliable Off-Server Dedicated Server Backup Solution

January 23, 2019 Liquid Web

Your Complete Off-Server Cloud Backup Solution

Data is the lifeblood of your business. Without reliable access to mission-critical data, your business can grind to a halt. In fact, 70% of businesses that lose access to their data go out of business within 6 months.

That’s why having a data protection strategy in place with a rock-solid data backup component is so important. But managing an effective data backup solution isn’t easy. It takes the right combination of technology, people, and processes to put a reliable backup solution in place, which is often outside the reach of most small businesses. Fortunately, there is a better way.

Liquid Web’s Acronis Cyber Backup and Recovery is an off-server backup solution designed to work with Liquid Web Dedicated Servers. It combines replication, synchronization, and point-in-time snapshots to continually backup data in real-time without slowing your workloads down. Best of all, it’s completely self-service, meaning account owners have complete control over their backup types and schedule. You can choose from full-server or incremental backup types. And - you can choose to backup to either the Acronis or Liquid Web Cloud.

Download the Acronis Cyber Backup Data Sheet to learn more.

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