Other key features and benefits: 1) Secure, Easy-to-use, Centralised Management. - Intuitive user interface makes it easy to install, configure and deploy. - Manage all backup and recovery from one console, anywhere on the network. - Enterprise-level reporting for more efficient management. - User authentication and data encryption (AES-256) secure storage, data access and transmissions. 2) Fast Restore of Operating System, Applications, Files and Data. - Installs without reboots. - Use recovering systems while data is being restored with Acronis Active Restore. - Enables mobile laptop users to recover a machine on the road with Acronis Secure Zone. 3) Eliminates Redundant Data and Scales to Meet the Needs of Distributed Networks. - Supports 1 to 3000 machines. - Supports up to 50 storage nodes with up to 20 managed vaults per storage node. 4) Deduplication add-on. - Enhances the benefits of disk-to-disk server backup by reducing the amount of redundant data that is backed up, saving on storage costs and optimizing storage capacity. 5) Universal Restore add-on. - Automates the recovery process, even when recovering to dissimilar hardware or virtual machines. -This component is not included in the product by default and is licensed separately.
What is new in this release:
New features: 1) One Unified Solution - Adds deep catalog and search capabilities for granular access to specific data within a backup, so you get the benefits of bare metal restore and backup in one product - Quickly and easily find any version of a file or application object, regardless of location or age 2) Disaster Recovery Plans - Automatically generated each time a backup completes, containing step-by-step instructions in case an IT administrator is not available 3) Improved Core Disaster Recovery Features - Backup and recovery of systems that use UEFI/GPT 4) Reduce Long Term Storage Costs with Staging and add redundancy with Multi-Destination - Move old backups to tape (D2D2T) or less expensive disk (D2D2D) - Store multiple backups locally and remotely on disk and in the cloud - Back up to cloud directly (D2C) or indirectly (D2D2C).