Data Backup

Acronis unveils with new hybrid cloud data protection solutions
Acronis has announced new solutions that it said give businesses and IT managers more control over company data and workloads, including where they can be backed up, stored, monitored, and recovered.
Data protection: Necessary evil or competitive edge?
With IT budgets remaining the same at best, while data handling and analysis continue to skyrocket, many organisations want to reduce cost and optimise processes associated with data protection, writes Christopher Pestano of Hitachi Data Systems.
Acronis boosts data protection with blockchain technology
Acronis has launched a new data protection product based on blockchain technology, but this is just the start.
Could we be heading into data dystopia?
In today’s digital world, whether data resides on premises, in the cloud, or on mobile devices, no organisation should rest easy, writes Mark Bentkower of Commvault.
Cloudmatika offers Acronis-powered BaaS in Indonesia
Acronis has announced the availability of Acronis Backup Cloud in Indonesia through a new partnership with the Cloudmatika cloud computing service, allowing it to offer Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS).
Malaysian companies ripe targets for ransomware: Trend Micro
Ransomware attacks are rising in Malaysia, where businesses have become the prime targets, according to the latest Trend Micro report.
Concrete company Aalborg Portland goes ‘always on’ with Veeam suite
Cement manufacturer Aalborg Portland Malaysia Sdn Bhd has deployed Veeam Availability Suite v8, Veeam Software said in a statement.
New Acronis True Image available on-premises or on the cloud
Acronis has launched a new version of its consumer local data backup software Acronis True Image, and said the new release of the cloud version now offers backup for multiple devices including smartphones.
Consumers more aware of the need to back up data: Acronis survey
An online poll conducted among more than 350 consumers found that over 75% store their data digitally and more than 50% state that their personal data are more valuable than their actual devices – underlining the fact that consumers know they need to preserve their data.
Saving private files: How to handle cyber-extortionists
Computer users in many countries are increasingly falling victim to so-called encryption malware – programs that encrypt important data on infected computers and then demand a ransom to decrypt it.
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