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Acronis: Australian companies are 'unaware of the importance of data backup'

21 Feb 17

Crazy Domains Australia has chosen Acronis Backup Cloud to bring hybrid cloud backup solutions to customers.

Established in 2007, Crazy Domains has gone on to become a leading domain name registrar in Australia, Europe, India, Asia, and the Middle East.

Gavin Gibson, COO of Crazy Domains, says they chose Acronis because it makes the complex task of data protection crazy easy.

“Letting our customers protect all data, physical, virtual, local, cloud, and mobile from a single user-friendly web interface is a timely addition to our product line,” he explains.

Gibson adds that cloud backup remains the only reliable method to recover lost data lost and mitigate cyber-attacks.  

“Data protection has become a critical issue in recent years, with most companies relying on the availability of digital data for their core business operation and communication tasks,” he says.

Crazy Domains will offer hybrid cloud solutions from their local Australian data centres. The new partnership addresses the growing demand for complete data protection services offered from these local data centres.

“Crazy Domains brings our powerful data protection technology to thousands of Australian users. With this new partnership, we hope to expand our services even further,” says Tony Drewitt, General Manager, Acronis ANZ.  

“Many companies around Australia are still unaware of the importance of data backup to protecting their records – or if they are aware, they’re not always certain of what sort of data is actually included in their coverage.”

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