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We use two different types of licenses for our customers. We have a Cyber Cloud backup license and we have on-premises storage. Both can be useful for our customers. The licensing works in nodes. For example, for every node, you have to purchase a license. If I have an Active Directory or a physical server, and I have Microsoft Exchange with a third server, SQL, I will have to purchase three licenses from Acronis. When compared to Barracuda, the license is based on the device's storage. It is more expensive than Acronis initially, but as the licenses increase with Acronis, Barracuda ends up being less expensive.
There is a one-time purchase of the product. After that, users only have to pay renewals on maintenance and support. I like the licensing model. You are paying for very good value. Everything is well balanced. For me, in this case, the pricing is justified. It's worth the price tag.
The price of the solution is expensive and could be reduced a little.
Licensing fees are billed annually and there are no extra charges.
This is an affordable product and fits within our customers' budgets.
The installation fees are very reasonable and the monthly/annual licensing fees are minimal for the features you get.
It is very cost-effective for the SMB segment, especially for start-ups and smaller environments. It is cost-effective for on-premises and on-cloud deployments in such environments.
The cost of updates is less than $100 USD yearly. If you don't update it then there are no additional charges.
The icing on the cake is the price, as it is quite affordable. The pricing is comparable to the newest solution available on the market, Altaro. They are in the same price range. We don't have hybrid because with that kind of licensing required you will incur twice the expenses. They are very supportive of the price, even when your subscription is due and you have not paid they give you a grace period, they are quite understanding and give you that personal touch.
Our licensing fees are on a yearly basis.
I'm preparing a technical comparison between Veritas NetBackup BMR and Acronis Backup for our Leadership team. Specifically, I need an in-detail & point-wise description of the Acronis Backup solution.
My setup: ~150 systems.
Thank you in advance!
Currently using R1Soft and have major issues. We need the software to work with OVM, Linux, Windows, Sql server, Exchange, and Sharepoint. We also need bare metal recovery functionality.