What is a Backup?
A backup is a duplicate record of computer or server information stored locally on either your computer or server or at an off-site location or separate device. Backups are typically used to restore lost or corrupted data from the secondary location back to the primary generally in the event of a security breach, hardware failure, or natural disaster.
How to Enable Acronis Encryption
Now more than ever, it is imperative for companies and owners to have disaster recovery at the forefront of their minds. Not only are local backups important, but off-server backups are the second layer of protection from a system failure that could make even local backups unavailable for restoring essential data.
Restoring Files From an Acronis VMware Backup
There are many advantages to our Managed Private Cloud powered by VMware setups, and one of them is the Acronis backup service. If you don’t have Acronis Cyber Backups, they are currently available for both our managed and unmanaged Dedicated Servers, Cloud Server Clusters, and VMware deployments. We will review how to complete file restorations when using the Acronis appliance on a VMware deployment in this how to.
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