Acronis True Image Server Delivers Comprehensive Server Protection Solution

Incremental backup, scheduling, and dynamic disk support make live server backup a breeze.

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF., November 20, 2003 — Acronis, Inc., the technological leader in storage management solutions, launched Acronis True Image Server 7.0, the latest version of its award-winning server disk imaging, disaster recovery and backup software. It allows systems administrators and network managers to create the exact disk image of live servers for complete backup providing comprehensive and cost-effective server protection solution.

New features include the ability to image live server operating systems, support for incremental backups, scheduling, dynamic disks, tape drives, and image verification.

In addition to its disk imaging capabilities, Acronis True Image Server now incorporates all of the features required to clone and upgrade server disk drive.

“The greatest benefit any backup software can provide is the ability to get the system working quickly and exactly the way it was before the failure,” said Max Tsypliaev, president of Acronis, Inc. “The cost of server downtime could be thousands and even millions dollars per hour” he continued. “Unlike file-by-file backup products, Acronis True Image Server 7.0 disk imaging backup approach provides companies with the fastest bare metal server recovery in minutes without time consuming reinstallations, configurations and alike providing rapid ROI.”

Acronis True Image Server is available now. The suggested list price is $499. It runs on all server versions of Windows including Windows NT Server/Windows 2000 Server and Advanced Server/Windows XP/Windows 2003 Server. It also can be used to image non-Windows operating systems, including all versions of Linux, Novell Netware and more, by booting it from a rescue disk.

About Acronis

Acronis offers storage management solutions that are technically advanced for mission-critical applications but easy to use. The company provides disaster recovery, backup and restore, partitioning, boot management, privacy, data migration, and other storage management products for all users. Acronis has offices in the Unites States, Europe and Asia and sells its products through retail outlets, resellers and on the Web. For additional information or to obtain a review copy of the software, please visit or contact Director of Marketing Stephen Lawton at