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With a cloud-first mentality, True Image only offers one type of backup service, Acronis Cloud, which is similar to Backblaze. Theres no offline storage or local network backup, and there is no ability to back up specific folders or individual files. Rather, the program backs up a quota of files and folders based on time, size and type. Theres a 500GB cloud storage option for free (and a higher, but more expensive, 1TB option), with higher pricing based on storage capacity. You can stream data from your Acronis Cloud account to any of your other devices. Up to 10 of them, depending on the cloud service; you can also stream from the cloud to a computer. And, if youre able to use the other Acronis apps, you can also stream data from those as well.
The first problem we ran into was that there was a third-party app that interfered with the installation of our Acronis cloud service account. This was odd because we had no problems with the web interface on our test Acronis cloud server.
Accessible from the Apps screen, the Sync Setup tool can set up synchronization between your Acronis Cloud service account and your computer. Once we set up the account, it was time to upload files. On average, we uploaded 50GB in about ten minutes. You can make the process faster by copying your files manually, but that would be the fastest method. To upload a single file, click the icon in the lower-right-hand corner of the app. A small progress bar shows you how far along you are. If youre on a mobile device, press the circular arrows button at the bottom of the screen to upload multiple files in bulk.
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Acronis’ backup interface is simple, but it does provide a lot of flexibility. It includes a GUI that allows you to define your individual preferences, backup and restore schedules, encryption, volume compression, local storage, encryption keys, and more.
The Info section gives you a good amount of information about what Acronis is doing, but the settings that get picked at the General section are rather hidden in the Info section. It would be helpful to have some more informative settings (e.g., if the settings are user-configurable).
Acronis’ End-to-End encryption works as expected, except it does not provide any way to confirm that it is in place other than by viewing the backup. It also doesn’t provide any way to view the actual contents of your backups, which would be helpful to confirm your data is secure.
The fact that you can create a local encryption key that is stored and used by Acronis for your backups is actually a pretty good feature. But this is only as good as the end-to-end encryption that it provides. We’d like to see a way to verify that your local encryption key matches the one that Acronis is using, so that your backups are truly end-to-end encrypted.
An interesting feature that Acronis offers is the option to send a copy of a backup to a third party. Using this feature allows Acronis to send you a copy of your backups, which it will store for you. This might be useful if your PC crashes and you don’t have access to your backup files, or if you want to backup files on a secure server.
One of the most interesting features Acronis offers is its Secure Zone. Acronis says that by using this feature, it is possible for Acronis to encrypt a partition that cannot be tampered with by ransomware or other malicious software. But this feature is useless if you haven’t backed up the partition in the first place. In fact, all of the settings for this feature are tied to the Secure Zone. If the Secure Zone is missing, you cannot encrypt the partition and data that falls within it will not be protected.
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Backup and restore files and apps easily. Backup to local and cloud storage. Backup directly to Acronis cloud storage or to an external backup drive. Restore to local or online storage. Automatic restore after ransomware attack. Restore to an external drive automatically after a ransomware attack, without restoring from scratch. Create a virtual PC with a Windows desktop in seconds. Use the app on multiple PCs and work from any location using the cloud.
The Acronis security and backup software is fast and easy to use, but these are not the main reasons why it’s worth considering. For starters, this free app’s subscription plan is more expensive than those offered by other similar apps. The cloud storage it requires also costs extra (50-100$/year). And it’s quite lacking in the features it does have, like restoring files.
Acronis True Image Lifetime Version offers the features and functionality you need, but you’ll have to pay to get them. It’s the way most Linux and Windows-based apps work, and not a big deal for those who know what they’re getting into. It’s also easy to get used to.
Free. Free. Free! With the addition of this same edition of Acronis True Image to your Acronis portfolio, you will be able to:
- Backup your entire PC for free from any location with unlimited storage.
- Restore your PC whenever you need from any location with unlimited storage.
- Protect your computer from any virus, hack, ransomware, worm or other threat.
- Export your backup to an email attachment to share with your friends and family.
- Safely store your backup in the cloud for access from any device.
- Sync your backup on the cloud for access from any location.
- Create a “living” backup which keeps your PC’s settings, drivers, programs, data and personal preferences up-to-date.
- Create a “non-living” backup that will be created automatically on your PC and backed up to the cloud.
- Optimize existing image and data partitions on your computer to speed up file transfer times on your PC.
- Keep your system clean by scanning and cleaning up detected file/Malware/Error at a regular interval.
- Identify, locate and repair hidden and damaged files.
Acronis True Image System Requirements
- Windows7, 8, 10 (32 and 64-bit)
- 500MB Disk Space
- Internet Access
- 16GB RAM
Acronis True Image Features
- Uses a protective drive-level file system, not one that is only read-only or read-write enabled.
- Uses industry-standard software such as WinZip, ESX Server, and Microsoft’s System Center Virtual Machine Manager.
- Includes one-click system backup and mirroring that is simple and fast.
- Backup and restore components that are resilient to corruptions caused by errors in data storage, an essential function for keeping data from being overwritten.
- Users can schedule backups at specified intervals or manually set a trigger.
- Acronis uses a 256-bit AES encryption algorithm to safely back up user data.
- Enables a “scheduling wizard” that can be accessed either through the Administrator Tool or the Backup Configuration Wizard. Acronis True Image will even help users establish when, where and how often to run backups.
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