The new partnership will allow MSPs to simply and seamlessly ensure their customers’ data stays safe.
Atera just announced an integration with Acronis to enable MSPs and IT professionals to provide hardcore cyber backup to protect their customers’ data. With COVID-19 disrupting nearly every aspect of business, it is vital, now more than ever, for MSPs to ensure their clients’ data is protected. RMM vulnerabilities especially can be devastating for providers.
“This new partnership will enable MSPs and IT professionals to easily deploy Acronis Cyber Backup into their Atera solution,” said Tal Dagan, vice president of product at Atera. “Especially during these challenging times, there are so many ransomware attacks and bad actors trying to steal data and hack into systems. With this integration, MSPs will be able to keep their data, applications, and systems safe.”
Dagan also emphasized that lost data leads to costly downtime, customer dissatisfaction, regulatory fines, and lost revenue.
“We need to work harder than ever to protect businesses from cyberattacks and human errors. Acronis and Atera are working to save time and money while scaling your IT efforts for your clients,” Dagan added.
According to ESG, 60% of organizations experienced a ransomware attack in 2019. There is a cyberattack every 39 seconds. This is terrifying data, guys. These rapid attacks put businesses at major risk of losing important data and being otherwise compromised. The integration with Acronis enables MSPs and IT professionals addresses this, putting keeping clients’ infrastructure and data completely secure at the tip top of the importance heap.
Atera’s integration with Acronis offers MSPs and IT professionals the following benefits:
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