Company Overview of Acronis, Inc.
Acronis, Inc. provides backup, disaster recovery, and secure file sharing and file access solutions to consumers, small-medium businesses, and enterprises globally. The company’s solutions include physical, virtual, and cloud server backup software, storage management, secure file sharing, and system deployment solutions that provide solutions for data in local, remote, cloud, and mobile devices. It offers personal backup and disk management solutions; business backup and storage management solutions; mobility solutions for secure data access, sync, and share; and backup and storage solutions for service providers. The company also provides solutions for disaster recovery; migration; and dis...
300 Trade Center
Woburn, MA 01801
Founded in 2000
Key Executives for Acronis, Inc.
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Chief Strategy & Operations Officer
President of Global Operations
General Counsel and Chief Legal Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Acronis, Inc. Key Developments
Acronis Launches Disaster Recovery as a Service on Acronis Anydata Engine in the US, UK and DACH
Mar 24 15
Acronis announced the availability of Acronis Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS). Acronis DRaaS is the next generation of nScaled and is now integrated with the Acronis AnyData Engine and provided as a hybrid-cloud hosted service. Available to business customers in the US, UK, and DACH, Acronis DRaaS assures business continuity by protecting data, servers and entire data centers with a hybrid cloud solution providing: A cost-effective way to further protect business continuity for existing Acronis Backup and Backup Advanced customers; Acronis AnyData platform benefits for existing nScaled customers, including bare metal restore and the flexibility to move across hypervisors; and a new datacenter in Germany to offer data protection to customers in DACH countries. Acronis DRaaS is a complete IT continuity solution that protects and restores data, servers or entire data centers in the event of a natural or man-made disaster. For companies with a low tolerance for IT disruption, loss of data or applications unavailability, only Acronis DRaaS provides an all-in-one solution with push-button restore of applications and data, automated testing and a proven track record of successfully protecting customers. Acronis DRaaS key features Include: Guaranteed, Flexible Recovery Time Objective (RTO) - up to 15 minutes or less per server Push-Button Recovery - entire data centers with automated runbooks designed in an intuitive, graphical recovery plans editor. Automated Testing - allowing to regularly test all of protected serves in a virtual private 'sandbox' environment. Full Visibility And Control - with self-service Web-based recovery console allowing to manage entire disaster recovery environment. White Glove Support - team of experts is available 24/7 to assist in failover and failback. Broad Choice Of Platforms - physical or virtual, any hypervisor, any storage.
HEG Announces Commercial Partnership with Acronis, Inc
Mar 24 15
HEG announced its commercial partnership with Acronis Inc., to deliver a new Backup as a Service (BaaS) product offering, specially designed to protect users’ files and applications on their home or work PCs. The Acronis platform will allow HEG to offer it’s more than one million small and medium sized customers a fully integrated alternative to complicated in-house storage systems, securely hosted in HEG’s data centre facilities. HEG will offer full system image backups, allowing users to back up all applications, files, and user accounts into one compressed file. There will also be an easy recovery so that users can restore their PCs in an instant, with no additional tools needed. Other features include personal key encryption, cloud backup and universal restore, allowing users to move their system to any PC, no matter the make or model. Research from Contingency Planning & Strategic Research Corporation found that 96% of all business workstations are not being backed up. Further research from PricewaterhouseCoopers found that seven out of ten small firms that experience a major data loss go out of business within a year.
Acronis Announces Availability of Acronis Backup as Service Version 3
Dec 10 14
Acronis announced the availability of Acronis Backup as a Service version 3. Acronis Backup as a Service delivers high value data protection capabilities that create new revenue streams for partners without a large upfront investment. Powered by the Acronis AnyData Engine, Acronis Backup as a Service provides unparalleled deployment flexibility, including a turnkey solution for service providers hosted in Acronis data centers, a hybrid offer with Acronis hosted management console leveraging service provider's local storage, and a complete service provider hosted and managed deployment. Service providers like US Signal as well as key distributors have adopted Acronis Backup as a Service to expand their service portfolio to include backup and recovery in order to create new revenue streams without large upfront investments. The service is easy to adopt, provides a pay-for-use model and provides complete protection that customers require, including support for workstations, Windows, Linux, physical and virtual servers. Underscoring the growing trend of distributors building their businesses by provisioning cloud services, such market players are now delivering Acronis Backup as a Service through their Cloud Services Division. Acronis Backup as a Service is a multi-tier/multi-tenant solution, providing local and hybrid storage of backed up data, local backup on customer premise, and local recovery plus recovery from cloud. The service provides advanced security, including SSL encryption of management channels and in-transit and at-rest AES256 data encryption. The company has provided reliable cloud backup since 2010, and recently opened data centers in Germany and Japan to complement those in place in United States, France, Russia and Singapore in order to support international cloud business growth.
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