On the occasion of 15th anniversary, Acronis has released the latest version of its personal backup solution— Acronis True Image 2019. It is a software product that provides data protection to enterprises to keep the data safe, accessible, private, authentic and secure.
The new release will bring the easy-to-use, efficient and a new level of cybersecurity to home and office users. Acronis True Image 2019 comes with backup technology powered by blockchain-based data authentication and artificial intelligence (AI)-based anti-ransomware defense.
Acronis said that the amount of data people rely on has exploded, along with the number of devices used to access that data. Protection of distributed files, applications, and data can be a challenge for users. They choose to back up all the data and apps so that they can restore the system and recover all the data in cases of ransomware.
However, cybercriminals are increasingly targeting the backup files, not allowing the users to rely on backups also. Acronis’ updated solution is aimed to address such scenarios.
Acronis True Image 2019 is also a home solution for users to make full image backups to both local and cloud storage. The updates include the ability to create an all-in-one recovery tool called the Acronis Survival Kit on an external hard drive. This kit is a flexible solution that contains everything needed for system restoration, from media to system partition to all backups.
Also included in the 15th Anniversary Edition of Acronis True Image are event-based scheduling options, like automatic backups when an external USB drive is attached. It will make it easier and flexible for users to create backups.
WinPE Media Builder has also been improved to boost the power of Universal Restore. It can now streamline media creation by detecting network adaptors and configuring network settings. The improvements will allow users to recover their systems through Ethernet connection and Wi-Fi network.
For the users who don’t want everything automated, Acronis will allow them to free up the disk space by manually selecting unnecessary versions of backups. They can also delete unnecessary files to keep what’s needed and remove what’s not.
Furthermore, Acronis has expanded its Active Protection technology for local PC and Mac to network shared and network-attached storage (NAS) for addressing the reliance of these devices in home networks.
The latest release of Acronis True Image also improves the performance and reliability of its existing capabilities to make the user experience more intuitive.
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