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Acronis has launched its new Acronis Backup Cloud Extension for Microsoft Azure and Azure Stack at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto. The new offerings “enable Microsoft Cloud Services Providers (CSPs) to easily provision and manage a highly flexible range of backup services across physical and virtual environments, while supporting the broad range of devices in use by businesses today”.

By plugging Acronis Backup Cloud into Azure or Azure Stack environments, Microsoft CSPs have a new and simple option to add increased value to their offerings by selling more complete backup and data protection services to customers, states Acronis.

Additional benefits of Acronis Backup Cloud Extension for Microsoft Azure include:

  • Unified data protection management: provides simplified ability for Microsoft CSPs to scale business with the Acronis multi-tenant, multi-tier service provider solution;
  • Highly flexible storage options: leverages simple storage subscriptions to protect any server or mobile device using Azure as the backup target;
  • Unmatched migration capabilities: delivers a deep set of migration functions for recovering and restoring data in complex environments.

For more information and to sign up for a 30-day free trial the new Acronis Backup Cloud Extension for Microsoft Azure, click here.


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