Acronis True Image Cloud

  1. Acronis True Image Cloud Verification Tool
  2. Acronis Cloud Backup
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Backing up the entire machine is the most complete way to protect your data. We recommend that you choose this option when you are not sure which data you need to protect. When you select Entire PC/Entire Mac as a backup type, Acronis True Image backs up all your internal hard drives in disk mode. The backup contains the operating system, installed programs, system settings, and all your personal data including your photos, music, and documents.

If you want to back up a single disk, for example, disk C:, see this article.

To back up the entire contents of your Windows computer

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Acronis True Image Cloud Verification Tool

  1. Start Acronis True Image.
  2. On the sidebar, click Backup
  3. If other backups are already in the list (e.g. created by previous versions of Acronis True Image), then click Add backup
  4. Entire PC is pre-selected, leave it as is:
  5. You can specify a custom name for your backup:
  6. Click Select destination then select a destination for the backup:
    You need Acronis True Image Advanced ot Premium subscription to be able to back up to Acronis Cloud. If an external drive is plugged in, it will be detected automatically and will be displayed in the list of available backup destinations. Acronis True Image also detects NAS in the network and displays it in the list of available destinations as well. See product documentation for more information about recommended storage for your backups.

    In this example we select Acronis Cloud as a destination.

  7. Click Options to set the options for the backup, including schedule, scheme, archive cleanup and others:
  8. We recommend to set a schedule or creating regular backups of your system. If you select the option Do not schedule, then you will need to run the backup task manually every time using Back up now button
  9. It is recommended to set how long the backups should be kept, otherwise backups will quickly fill up the storage.
    If you store backups locally (on an USB drive, NAS, network share, etc.), set up cleanup rules in Backup Scheme. If you are not sure which options to select, leave the default selection.
    If you store backups in cloud, set up cleanup rules in Advanced:
  10. Click Back up now or press the 'down arrow' button to select another start time option:

To back up the entire contents of your Mac

Acronis Cloud Backup

  1. Start Acronis True Image.
  2. On the sidebar, click Backup. If you already have other backups set up, click Add Backup to add a new backup task:
  3. Entire Mac is pre-selected on the left, leave it as is:
  4. You can specify a custom name for your backup:
  5. Click the backup destination icon on the right, and then select a destination for the backup:

    You need Acronis True Image Advanced ot Premium subscription to be able to back up to Acronis Cloud. If an external drive is plugged in, it will be detected automatically and will be displayed in the list of available backup destinations. Acronis True Image also detects NAS in the network and displays it in the list of available destinations as well. If the location is not listed, click Browse, and then select a location.

    In this example we select Acronis Cloud as a destination.

  6. Click Settings to set the options for the backup, such as schedule, archive cleanup and others:
  7. You can select a schedule for creating regular backups of your system. If you select the option Do not schedule, then you will need to run the backup task manually every time using Back up button
  8. It is recommended to set how long the backups should be kept. Set up auto-delete rules in Cleanup. If you are not sure which options to select, leave the default selection.
  9. Click Back up.

More information

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Learn more about the product in the User Guide: Windows, Mac.

Frequently Asked Questions

Acronis True Image Cloud
  • What is cloud backup?

    Cloud backup (aka cloud computer backup) is when you make a copy of your files, applications, virtual machines or servers and store them safely on a remote network of computing resources that you access via the internet.
    'The cloud' refers to that network of connected computer resources.
    Learn the difference between cloud storage and cloud backup

  • How secure are cloud backup services?

    Data security begins with the solution itself. For Acronis, that means you can rely on an integrated, machine-learning-based self-defense, which guards against zero-day ransomware attacks. This self-protection mechanism keeps Acronis software, your data, and all backup files protected from ransomware – even those strains that have never been seen before. Meanwhile, enterprise-grade encryption defends your data in-transit and at rest in the secure Acronis Cloud. As a result, only you have access to your data. Finally, your cloud-based files are safe in our data centers, which are all Tier-IV designed and have numerous certifications, including SSAE-18, HIPAA, and PCI DSS.

  • How does cloud backup services pricing typically work?

    When it comes to the cost of cloud backup services, you’ll invest in both the software solution(s), as well as the cloud storage you use. There are two primary approaches to cloud storage pricing: fixed rate and per-use. Per-use is typically based on gigabytes (GB) needed, which are allocated by range such as 20-50GB, 50-100GB, etc. This means that you only pay for the services you need. The mordus headhunters level 3.

  • How does Acronis price cloud backup services?

    Acronis offers a flexible pricing model so customers can choose the software license that makes sense for them, which is paired with the cloud storage needed. While Acronis’ solutions support public and private cloud storage, Acronis Cloud Storage is also available and easily scales to meet your needs. As little as 5GB of Acronis Cloud Storage is available to begin covering an unlimited number of workstations, servers, virtual hosts and mobile devices. Pricing is set in tiers thereafter: 250GB, 500GB, 1TB and so forth. As you scale, the pricing for cloud backup services becomes increasingly cost efficient.