Learn how Acronis vmProtect 8 enables organisations to easily & quickly implement backup & recovery of VMware VMs

Many critical IT functions have migrated to virtual machine environments. Using virtual machines to host email servers, database servers, domain controllers and other functions can streamline IT deployments and management. While virtual machines have improved many aspects of server and application management, they have also introduced new challenges for backup and data protection.

Acronis vmProtect 8 is Acronis new product built specifically for backup and recovery of virtual machines (VMs) in VMware vSphere environments. vmProtect 8 enables organisations of all sizes to easily and quickly implement backup and recovery of their VMware Virtual Machines.

Acronis host a webinar on Tuesday October 30th at 10:00 GMT on which you will learn how vmProtect 8 provides these benefits:

  • Easy Deployment
  • Simple Management Interface
  • Innovative Features
  • Instant Boot of VMs from backup
  • Accelerates Virtualization
  • Integrates with Acronis Cloud
  • Replication

Register now

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You can meet Acronis on stand G55 at IP EXPO 2012, which runs on October 17th & 18th at Earls Court 2. You can find out more about IP EXPO and Acronis attendance here

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