The world is adjusting to its new reality: more companies are forced to switch to remote work due to COVID-19. With lockdowns and movement restriction order being enforced around the world, everyone is forced to work at home and professional IT infrastructure has become more essential than ever, therefore, extra strain and reliance are unavoidable. But not everyone is equipped to work remotely. To help out the industry, cyber protection company Acronis announced that all partnered service providers will get free access to Acronis Cyber Files Cloud. 

Acronis Cyber Files Cloud provides office and mobile users with safe file access, sync, and share in an easy-to-use, complete, and secure hosted cloud solution. While similar to other competitors, Acronis offers a secure and safe working environment to connections or workers outside of the corporate network.


Acronis Cyber Files Cloud

What’s more, Acronis also provides demonstration videos and documentation for end-users and leaders alike to get on board and be familiar with the software. 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 company understands the challenges service providers are facing so they are helping the industry to quickly transit into a remote office while keeping vital data secure.

Glad to see more IT infrastructure providers stand out and help the industry as much as they could. Though just a speculation, it may actually benefit Acronis in the long run, since adaptation and reliance on software and procedure are what making clients stay loyal to their preferred brand. The same goes for Microsoft rarely sues illegal use of Windows for education or any non-profit purpose for the same reason.

You can take a look at what Acronis Cyber Files Cloud offer on a whole basis by visiting the associated page.

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