Serguei Beloussov

Acronis ups ante on data protection with new platform
Acronis has introduced the cloud-based Acronis Data Protection Platform, which it claimed transforms the way data protection is delivered to end-user customers by service providers, resellers and distributors.
Acronis rolls out new cloud backup solutions in Singapore
Acronis has announced the availability of two new cloud backup solutions for the Singapore market: Acronis Backup Cloud and Acronis Backup Service.
Backup specialist Acronis launches special package for startups
Acronis has announced the launch of a special data backup package programme called Startup Package for early stage technology companies.
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.
The incredible strangeness of being Serguei Beloussov
Entrepreneur Serguei Beloussov returned to take the reins of the company he founded in 2001, setting a new mission and vision for Acronis. Here, he tells DNA executive editor A. Asohan what the challenges are.
Acronis rolls out backup cloud service in Malaysia
Acronis continued its ‘cloud-first’ transition with the announcement of version 3 of its Backup as a Service solution, and also the ‘full-blown’ availability of the service in Malaysia.
Acronis expands data management aspirations
The launch of Acronis Access 7, a mobile content management (MCM) and file sync and share solution, late last year is in many ways a natural reaction to the changing nature of the data management market.
Acronis builds cloud momentum, expands choice of data centre locations
Acronis has announced the availability of Acronis Backup as a Service version 3, which it said delivers data protection capabilities that create new revenue streams for partners without a large upfront investment.
Week in Review: Startups need to broaden their horizons
Too many startups in Malaysia pay very little attention to technological breakthroughs, but that may not necessarily be a bad thing, ponders A. Asohan.
Startups, so you want a revolution? Think ‘business’ instead
Veteran tech entrepreneur Serguei Beloussov argues for more conventional business thinking in the startup space.
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