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Acronis plans to deliver total information protection in 2010
Posted on 15-Jan-2010 09:42 | Tags Filed under: News



Acronis, Inc. is broadening its strategy to protect customers with one of the most comprehensive information protection and security packages available.

In 2010, Acronis will launch a series of new products and services designed to meet the growing market demand to completely protect critical data and systems from internal and external threats. The offerings will shield computers from viruses, spam and spyware while extending the data protection of Acronis' award-winning backup and recovery technology -- offering one of the most comprehensive protection packages available in the industry.

In addition, Acronis is dramatically expanding its online backup services. The company will be offering cloud-based backup and disaster recovery services to both consumers and businesses of all sizes. Users will have the flexibility to choose whether to backup locally for faster system recovery, remotely for the highest data security, or a combination of both to ensure ultimate protection against loss.

"With more than 3 million users trusting our backup and recovery solutions worldwide, we've listened to our customers and plan to provide them with total protection. Whether they require on-site backup and disaster recovery, cloud-based data protection, or the most stringent security software, customers can be confident that they will receive the most complete solution from a vendor they know and trust. Acronis will help protect their PCs and servers, offering them the flexibility to address their unique information protection requirements," said Jason Donahue, CEO at Acronis.

Specific products, pricing and availability will be announced later in the first quarter, with further launches through the year.


More information: http://www.acronis.com...




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