IMS Cloud - Online Backup Storage now has 90 Day free reliable cloud backup - offer ends 31st December 2020

Protecting a business’ most valuable asset with reliable IMS Cloud - Online Backup Storage

IMS Cloud - Online Backup Storage is a reliable cloud backup solution for businesses of all sizes that protects more than 20 platforms, anytime, anywhere, and faster than anyone else. It leverages the Acronis Cyber Cloud suite, market leaders in data security.

What’s included?

  • Secure off-site backup storage
  • Hosted self-service management portal
  • Full image and file-level backups
  • Protection of data on 20+ platforms, including virtual, physical, and cloud-based servers, endpoints, and mobile devices
  • Initial seeding with physical data shipping
  • Customizable policies with backup schedule/frequency and retention rules
  • Customizable compression levels for data being backed up
  • AES-256 encryption of backups in transit and at rest
  • Wide range of recovery options: entire machine, ESXi configuration, single files and folders, databases, Office 365 items, etc.
  • Recovery to dissimilar hardware, including bare-metal, physical, virtual, or cloud environments
  • Proactive, AI-based ransomware protection for Windows machines
  • Cryptomining protection
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Why are companies switching to Backup service solutions?

Superior data protection expertise
Outsource your corporate data protection to a trusted managed service provider (MSP) that has unique access to independent software vendor (ISV) trainings. They invest significant time to understand backup implementation procedures inside and out so you don’t have to.

Easier management and scalability
Off-load maintenance and management to your cloud service provider instead of worrying about managing storage at an off-site location.

Enhanced data safety
Safeguard your data by keeping a copy off-site. By backing up corporate data remotely, you avoid simultaneously destroying both original data and backups should a physical disaster (like theft, fire or flood) or digital danger (like a network-wide malware infection) occur.