Creating backups of your mission critical systems and data is a core pillar of your cyber security strategy. Acronis Cyber Protect can be deployed to Windows, MacOS or Linux systems, mobile devices running iOS or Android, as well as all major virtualisation platforms. In addition cloud to cloud backups Acronis Cyber Protect allows you to directly secure your Microsoft, Google or Amazon cloud data to the Acronis Cloud infrastructure.
Cloud, Image and file level backups
Back up cloud solutions like Microsoft 365 or Google Workspace directly to Acronis datacentres using cloud to cloud backup technology. On a local network backup files, folders or entire systems with a few clicks. Target core data to reduce backup size and save storage space or create full image level backups as a single file which can be used for bare metal restores, either to physical servers or virtual machines.
Acronis Cyber Backup optimizes storage utilization through deduplication, which identifies redundant data and stores it only once, reducing your disk-storage and network bandwidth requirements.
Continuous data protection
To ensure data integrity, it is essential to establish a compilation of essential applications for each device that users frequently engage with. Acronis’ agent diligently tracks all modifications made within these specified data sources. In the unfortunate event of a malware infiltration, you can effortlessly recover their data from the most recent backup and subsequently integrate the most up-to-date changes, effectively preventing any loss of valuable information.
Accelerate recovery durations with industry-leading RTOs by instantly starting your backup as a Windows or Linux virtual machine directly from the storage. Within seconds, your VM will be operational, thanks to Acronis Instant Restore technology, which seamlessly transfers your data to the host in the background, ensuring a smooth and uninterrupted process.
By utilizing a unified backup format, Acronis enables effortless recovery to any platform, irrespective of the original source system. This capability minimizes risk and alleviates IT burdens by facilitating seamless migrations between various hypervisors, physical machines (P2V, V2V, V2P, and P2P), as well as the cloud (P2C, V2C, C2C, C2V, and C2P).
Achieve a harmonious equilibrium between data value, infrastructure, and regulatory obligations by leveraging versatile storage options. Seamlessly scale your operations by adopting the storage solution that aligns with your specific requirements, be it NAS, SAN, tapes, disks, Acronis Cloud, or any private or public cloud like Azure, AWS, or Google.
Safeguard against ransomware attacks on the endpoint, implement immutable storage for backups, which prevents encryption or deletion. This ensures a swift recovery to the most recent untainted state.
The immutable storage operates in a governance mode that allows administrators to adjust retention settings and delete backups if needed.
With just one central console, you can secure over 20 different types of workloads, such as Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle DBMS Real Application clusters, and SAP HANA.
Simple system recovery of Windows and Linux systems to dissimilar hardware including cloud, virtual and physical destinations.
Why do I need to backup Microsoft 365?
It is essential to backup your Microsoft 365 data as it is susceptible to the same risks that your on-premises data faces. While Microsoft provides many great compliance tools to ensure your data is retained over a set period of time and ensures infrastructure uptime for service availability, it’s vital to recognize the distinction between these features and a comprehensive backup solution. The responsibility of protecting your data ultimately lies in your hands, and not entirely on Microsoft. Here are some reasons why backing up your Microsoft 365 data is critical:
- Accidental deletion: Accidental deletion, modification, or overwrites of data can be catastrophic. With a backup solution, you can quickly recover lost data and maintain business continuity.
- Retention policy gaps: Microsoft’s retention policies can be complex to understand and implement correctly, leaving your data at risk of loss after the retention period expires.
- Internal security threats: The risk of internal threats, like disgruntled employees deleting essential data, is real and can’t be ignored.
- External security threats: Cybersecurity threats like ransomware, malware, and phishing attacks can compromise your data and cause significant damage to your business.
- Legal and compliance requirements: Many industries have specific legal and compliance requirements for data retention and protection. A comprehensive backup solution can help you meet these requirements.