Acronis offers collaboration solution for free amid coronavirus pandemic

Cyber protection provider, Acronis is making its Cyber Files Cloud enterprise-grade file sync and share solution, free to all service providers through to 31st July 2020, so they can help their clients quickly transition to working remotely while keeping vital data secure.

As global business adjusts to the remote-work environment demanded by the COVID-19 response, clients are counting on service providers to help them adapt
The provider also offer training videos and documentation to help service providers train their clients and their end users and get them onboarded.

“The world has changed dramatically during the past few weeks and days as we all respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. As organisations adjust to the new normal – both personally and professionally – Acronis wants to reassure our partners that we are here to support them,” said Gaidar Magdanurov, Acronis chief cyber officer and COO. “As a cyber protection company, we believe strongly in the protection of all data, applications and systems at all times. We understand the challenges of our service provider partners – providing a secure collaboration environment for their customers – and we are able to support them in this time by allowing them to enable remote work for their customers at no additional cost during the outbreak.”

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