Backup & Data Recovery

Servers fail. Disasters happen. Can your organization afford any form of downtime?

Businesses run critical applications on servers. Unfortunately, everyday disasters can bring down servers and critical applications, including email, databases, and line of business applications. When these servers go down, business grinds to a halt. The cost of downtime varies depending on the industry – but in all cases it is significant.

While everyday disasters interrupt daily operations, site-wide disasters can wreak havoc on a business. Fires, floods, tornadoes, earthquakes, and other natural disasters can completely wipe out a location, along with its computing infrastructure. Therefore, it is imperative that businesses adopt a backup and disaster recovery (BDR) solution that includes off-site replication to the cloud.

eFolder BDR for Acronis is an image-based backup and disaster recovery service that captures snapshots of a server, including its data, operating system, applications, and configurations and replicates those images to the eFolder Cloud. Businesses that deploy eFolder BDR for Acronis have multiple recovery options in the event of a server failure or site-wide disaster, including recovery in the eFolder Cloud.

eFolder BDR for Acronis pairs the most advanced backup software offered by Acronis, Acronis Backup Advanced, with the massive cloud storage and recovery capabilities of the eFolder Cloud. eFolder BDR for Acronis is a cost-effective solution, offering 1 TB of bundled cloud storage per server license, differential on-site and cloud retention policies, and block-level deduplication and compression, reducing backup data volumes by up to 90%.

Finally, eFolder BDR for Acronis has flexible deployment options. Businesses can backup to an on-site BDR appliance with replication to the eFolder Cloud or backup directly to the eFolder Cloud. In either scenario, businesses leverage the reliability and performance of the eFolder Cloud and with a single solution, while minimizing the risk and cost of downtime.