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Acronis makes strategic acquisition to strengthen security portfolio
Acronis will integrate 5nine’s technology into the Acronis Cyber Platform, making new services available through the Acronis Cyber Cloud Solutions portal.
Ingram Micro signs global distribution deal with Acronis
As part of the deal, Ingram Micro will distribute Acronis Cyber Protection solutions worldwide, enabling end user organisations to deploy efficient, easy, and secure cybersecurity protection.
Scale Computing integrates Acronis services into HC3 platform
The Scale Computing HC3 platform will now include Acronis Backup, which will deliver data protection, disaster recovery, and threat mitigation.
Acronis True Image 2020 automates 3-2-1 backups
Acronis True Image 2020 makes it easier for users to keep all of their data, applications, and systems safe.
Acronis opens up Cyber Platform after 16 years
By accessing the platform, developers can create new data sources, new data locations, new data management functionality, and integrate their applications with Acronis cyber protection solutions.
Acronis releases latest Data Cloud offering down under
The new Acronis Data Cloud 7.8 is now available through select distributors across Australia and New Zealand.
Acronis expands Azure integration with Microsoft partnership
The strategic partnership helps Acronis expand access to public cloud to give greater options for service providers and end-users.
Ransomware threats evolving to attack backup programmes
The traditional defence against ransomware is having a disaster recovery solution in place.
MSPs: Acronis says businesses are ready for $12.5b DRaaS market
Acronis says it’s time for service providers to take the next step as the market is well and truly ready for disaster recovery (DR) cloud services.
Recovery in the face of disaster: Why backups just aren't enough anymore
What would happen if your company loses its business-critical data, and how long could you survive without it?
Acronis & Yellow Ribbon Fund provide IT training to Singapore prison inmates
The YRF-Acronis IT Skills Programme, inmates will receive certified IT training and computer skills that will increase their chances of future
Acronis launches new channel program to drive partner profitability
The program will offer a simplified incentive scheme among other features.
Acronis announces new partnership with Google Cloud
Acronis has revealed its intentions to enhance its backup solutions by integrating them with Google Cloud Platform.
Acronis and CloudLinux release data security solution
The new solution is fully integrated into the Imunify360 Linux Web server security platform.
Acronis launches free anti-ransomware for general population
27.2% of Australians say they don’t know how they protect their data and 46.6% don’t know what ransomware is.
Acronis strengthens local presence with new A/NZ GM
The company has tapped Neil Morarji to lead a growing Sydney-based team.
Ransomware attacks on AI algorithms: Risks and solutions
AI algorithms, with all their advantages, have a fundamental problem – data sensitivity. They are trained not to understand information.
Australians turning a blind eye to data backup & security
Some Australians are turning a blind eye to their computer safety – even despite highly publicised cyber attacks, according to a survey from Acronis.
Ransomware? What's that? Survey finds consumer ignorance prevails
“We tend to think of it as a problem for business or government. The fact of the matter is that most of it is affecting anyone with a computer."
Acronis announces features to open new revenue opportunities for MSPs
“Acronis Backup Cloud now helps service providers to capture new business and on sell more services to existing customers."
Synnex eyes accounting, healthcare markets with Acronis deal
Synnex and Acronis are developing vertical industry solutions for the local market following Synnex' signing as a distributor for the security vendor.
Weekly AU security roundup: The Government, Mimecast, Acronis, ESET and CompTIA
SecurityBrief Australia revisits the biggest stories from the week that was.
Acronis: Australian companies are 'unaware of the importance of data backup'
Crazy Domains Australia has chosen Acronis Backup Cloud to bring hybrid cloud backup solutions to customers.
Adding backup services to your product line 'makes perfect sense', says Acronis
“A quality backup service with storage in the cloud will help them retain their customers and generate new sources of recurring revenue."