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by rwhpi - 4/7/12 9:29 AM
In Reply to: Wanted: Backup Strategy by websquad
I have 3 hard drives and a laptop and frequent backups are necessary in my Private Investigation business. Believe me I've tried much of the software on the market (including WD; and I'm not "knocking them") and to me nothing compares to Acronis solutions. I presently have Acronis True Image 2012 installed on all my drives, so that I can use their backup file format, but you can also convert to a windows format without having to use Acronis format. Online backup is also available.
I've used Acronis versions for 5 years and am quite satisfied with performance. Above all, most of their programs have a 14 day free trial on the FULL software versions. You have the option of downloading the programs or buying a disk for about 11 bucks more than the program cost. I have to say that the program I have is user-friendly and if I have any questions, (program-related, or otherwise) their Support keeps right on top of things. They're very perservering in solving any problems and their good 24/7 customer service always remains unchanged. Best of all, they have a 24/7 support chat which includes remote capabilities so they can work with you on solving any issues. There is no hidden charge for support services and is good for the program life -- even if updated versions have arisen.
Enough rambling. I'm pleased with Acronis and their prices are quite reasonable. They're probably even running special rates during this holiday time. It might be beneficial for you to check out their website at: http://www.acronis.com/. After all, you don't have anything to lose with the full version free trials. Hope this helps and good luck.
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