DreamHost
Constant Contact
ElegantThemes
HobbyTron
This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Find out more.

How to Create a Backup Plan using Acronis Backup and Recovery (video)

 Posted by  Add comments
 

How to Create a Backup Plan using Acronis Backup and Recovery

What is Backup?

In information technology, a backup, or the process of backing up, refers to the copying and archiving of computer data so it may be used to restore the original after a data loss event. (Wikipedia)

What is Recovery or What is Restore?

In information technology, data recovery or data restore refers to the reconstruction of the original data after any kind of data loss.

The Backup Plan

How to Create The Backup Plan

In this video you’ll to see how to use one unified solution to perform both backup and recovery with Acronis Backup and Recovery. Acronis Backup and Recovery can backup both physical and virtual machines so you only need the one application for all your backup solutions for systems, applications and files.

This product is revolutionary for organisations that what to simplify disaster recovery and data protection. The product is:

  • Affordable. One single licence for both backup and recovery.
  • Reliable. Uses Acronis’s award winning disk imaging technology.
  • Flexible. Supports physical, virtual and cloud environments.
  • Simple and easy to use.

The Acronis disk imaging technology enables you to backup an entire hard-drive, that’s all of its file and folders, in one pass. Once your backup has been created, if your system fails, system recovery takes a matter of minutes. To recover an individual file takes a matter of seconds.

Create Backup Plan

Creating a backup plan can be done in four easy steps:

  1. Identify what to backup. You can backup both virtual and physical machines.
  2. Decide where to backup. Your backup location can be almost anywhere, external disk, network, FTP, tape, storage area network (SAN) or cloud.
  3. How to backup. You can chose from ‘Simple’ or more involved backup schemes. Start the backup immediately or on a schedule. You can even select how long older backups should be retained to release storage space automatically. If you find a cheaper storage location, you can even have the files transferred (replicated) to the lower cost media.
  4. Determine plan parameters. Here you can review your backup options and automatically have your disaster recovery plan emailed to recipients (for record keeping purposes) as soon as the system is backed up.

The disaster backup/recovery plan has be written so that even a novice can perform a complete system backup and recovery using easy to follow step by step instructions.

Creating a backup plan can be done in four easy steps

Creating a backup plan can be done in four easy steps

The Recovery Plan

How to Create a Recovery Plan

Creating a recovery plan is an easy three step process:

  1. Identify what data is to be recovered.
  2. Select where to recover the data. Recovery can take place to any location you choose.
  3. Select when to recover. This can be either immediately or scheduled.

The disaster backup/recovery plan has be written so that even a novice can perform a complete system backup and recovery using easy to follow step by step instructions.

Creating a recovery plan is an easy three step process.

Creating a recovery plan is an easy three step process.

How to Create a Backup Plan Using Acronis Backup and Recovery Conclusion

As you can see using Acronis Backup and Recovery is a really powerful yet easy to implement solution for both the Windows and Linux environments. To learn more download the FREE trial version.

Well, I hope you found something useful and enjoyed this article, How to Create a Backup Plan using Acronis Backup and Recovery.

You can find more about this software in:

Don’t forget to let me have your thoughts in the comment box below. See you soon.


KingSolutions.org.uk is hosted on JustHost

 Leave a Reply

(required)

(required)

185 queries in 1.118 seconds (Child).