Acronis backup software users can use StoneFly cloud backup service for disaster recovery

StoneFly, Inc. a wholly owned business unit of DNF Corporation is offering cloud backup services for Acronis backup software users. StoneFly Cloud Backup Connect is an easy and affordable way to begin storing your valuable server and workstation backups in the cloud.

In order to get maximum benefit from backups, data should be stored in more than one location-mostly a highly available remote location. But many users have their data stored and backed up at one place i.e their server room. Imagine if you data center is flooded and all your data stored on the primary storage resource and backup appliance is damaged.

As a part of Data Continuity planning StoneFly Cloud Backup Connect helps SMBs to fully utilize the power of their existing backup software or backup appliances to implement off-site backup inexpensively- yeah a hybrid cloud architecture.

The said service is fully compatible with Acronis backup software and so can backup your data on a simultaneous note on a physical backup appliance and on Microsoft Azure, VMware vCloud, StoneFly Cloud Business Center or Customer’s choice of public cloud.

So, all those users who are using Acronis Backup software on Windows, Linux, Sun, HP-UX, IBM I/AIX, Hyper V Host, VMware Host or Mac servers can use StoneFly Cloud Backup Connect for all of their online backup needs.

StoneFly Cloud Backup Connect offers Logical volume creation and patented advanced storage virtualization services. A graphical performance and utilization report is also available with this backup connect tool. Automated online volume and storage expansion is also available.

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