Acronis True Image Echo Server for Linux Echo

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Acronis presents the ultimate backup tool for your Linux server – Acronis True Image Echo Server for Linux. Back up your whole machine or particular files and recover it all in minutes, preserving all your data, operating systems and configurations!

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000
Publisher:
Acronis
Price:
$699
File size:
170.00 Mb
Date added:
December 8, 2008
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Description from the Publisher
Acronis True Image Echo Server for Linux is an ideal server backup solution for a Linux environment. Based on the exclusive Acronis Drive Snapshot technology, this powerful tool allows you to create a Linux server backup image including all data, operating systems, applications and settings. You can use the image when migrating your server to a new machine or restoring the entire system from scratch after a hard disk failure.
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