Windows Server

Back up Your Windows Server to Hybrid Cloud Storage and Recover Your Entire Server in Seconds

Acronis Backup is the world’s easiest and fastest backup solution that protects everything on your Windows servers. With just a few simple steps, you can back up to on-premises storage and the Acronis Cloud and recover individual files, application data, or a complete system in seconds. And, with Active Protection, you can protect your server from ransomware with a technology that actively detects, blocks, and reverses suspicious changes to data, backup files, and backup agents.

Ensure Business Continuity

Reduce Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs) of your Windows Server to 15 seconds or less. Recover to bare metal, whether it is the same or dissimilar hardware from different vendors. Migrate your Windows server by recovering an image to the cloud or a virtual environment

Scale Protection as Your Business Grows

Easily scale protection to hundreds of Windows servers with backup policies, dynamic and static machine grouping, customizable dashboards, and advanced alerting and reporting

Reduce IT Workload and Costs

Protect your entire Windows Server with complete disk-imaging backup and eliminate the time spent reinstalling operating systems and applications when a server fails. And since Acronis Backup is exceptionally easy to use, it does not require IT expertise in data protection technologies to use it

Stop Ransomware Attacks and Ensure File Integrity

Enjoy innovative protection from ransomware attacks with Active Protection, an advanced ransomware protection technology that actively defends all the data on your Windows Server, Acronis backup files, and Acronis agents from attacks

Improve Business Resiliency

Store your Windows server backups in up to five locations, including local disks, NAS, SAN, tape, as well as proven and secure Acronis Cloud Storage

ESG confirmed that Acronis Backup 12.5 is much more than a data backup solution. It also enables full system recovery, ranging from instant restore of virtual and physical machines to bare-metal recovery, migration capabilities, cloud-based disaster recovery, replication, off-host backup processing, SAN storage snapshots, and high availability.