Cloud backup lets you store, transfer, and recover files remotely. With its 256-bit Advanced Standard Encryption (AES), you can safely access and backup your files from any device.
Cloud backup copies and stores files to a server in another location. To access your files, install Acronis Backup on your device. Once installation is complete and you’re logged in, the system automatically backups your files.
You can also restore files stored in the cloud anytime. Of course, you need to be online to do this.
Remotely managing your files lets you:
There are four types of cloud storage:
Personal storage is for personal use and minimal data management. It syncs from one device to another and comes with standard features. You can also upgrade it anytime.
Private storage is perfect for businesses and organisations. Unlike personal backup, private storage boasts extra security features to protect confidential files.
Public storage doesn’t require extreme security. It is ideal for those that share documents with other users.
Hybrid storage allows you to have both private and public cloud-based backup. You’ll be able to switch from public to private or vice versa anytime. It gives you the luxury of keeping confidential data with the option to allow access to select users.