Second this, Acronis is definitely killing it in the serious cloud based backup realm. We basically tell our clients now that unless they go this route we're not interested in being responsible for their backups.Personal docs, photos, etc on OneDrive. All my personal systems are also imaged with Acronis Backup 12.5.
Company stuff is protected with Acronis Data Cloud, their cloud-based platform that supports local, cloud, and hybrid storage. Includes images of important physical and virtual servers. This is serious software for those serious about data protection. Milspec encryption and AI-based anti-ransomware included. Not the cheapest, but when it comes to backups and restores we've got to be sure the stuff works. It does.
Hehe. Little consumer version is very, very different from the serious corporate stuff. Kinda like Windows 95 compared to Win Server data center. Do yourself a fave and check out the corporate stuff, especially Acronis Backup Cloud (for MSPs).I used to use Acronis. TrueImage, if I remember right. It caused massive issues on my system and Acronis Support basically told me I was on my own (nb, paid subscription). So I fired them and I use EaseUS for local backups now.
Sure, but I don't need corporate stuff
No, it's not. Cloud is just a server that is available online. What you are describing is a third-party cloud service, while mine is a private cloud.Definition of Cloud is "Someone else's computer" so no, you don't have a personal cloud, unless you stole it from someone?
Forget Backblaze, if you ever need to recover your data. I was on fast fiber, but didn't manage to recover my data (and gladly was able to recover from other backup sources instead). See https://twitter.com/randolf/status/793811054870556672 for some stats and their blatant lies, trying to upsell me to their harddrive product.https://www.backblaze.com/restore.html