SOURCE: Acronis, Inc.

August 28, 2007 09:00 ET

Large Non-Profit Assured Data Recovery and Confidentiality With Acronis True Image

Acronis Donation Helps Group Move Data Center, Protects Dozens of Workstations

BURLINGTON, MA--(Marketwire - August 28, 2007) - Acronis, Inc. (http://www.acronis.com), a provider of affordable, scalable storage management and disaster recovery software, announced that Carolina Legal Assistance, A Disability Rights Center (CLA), is utilizing Acronis True Image Server to ensure security and confidentiality of sensitive client information.

Acronis True Image Server helped CLA migrate its servers and more than 35 personal computers. With the Acronis donation, CLA now has disaster recovery protection by having full images of its mission-critical servers, and the ability to create transportable images and restore them to different hardware if necessary.

Additionally, Acronis provided CLA with the tools to ensure private information can never be accessed from old hard drives, a level of document security that is mandated by the government. CLA now relies on Acronis Drive Cleanser, which can securely wipe all data from old disks or partitions, as well as provide file-level data destruction.

"With its recent statewide designation and subsequent office relocation, CLA will provide legal advice and assistance to a larger population. In doing so, we must be certain that our confidential electronic data will remain available to us and secure in the same way it was before," said Bob Simons of Secure Computing Services of Raleigh, NC, a consultant who works with the CLA on technology-related issues. "Acronis True Image will make a huge difference to our program, allowing us to keep all legal documentation at the ready and, if necessary, once again move this information quickly and easily to new hardware."

"We are proud to help CLA serve people with disabilities across the State of North Carolina," said Walter Scott, CEO of Acronis. "The IT staff had two major needs -- to be able to migrate from one hardware platform to another and for a backup and recovery solution that would protect original, confidential documentation. We not only were able to fulfill both needs, but to do so in a manner that had minimum disruption."

About Carolina Legal Assistance

For almost 30 years, CLA has focused on the rights and services of people with disabilities across the State of North Carolina. The non-profit program was recently designated the new Protection and Advocacy (P&A) organization. It is charged with protecting people with disabilities from abuse, neglect and exploitation, assisting them if their rights have been violated and ensuring a free, appropriate public education. It is part of a nationwide network of protection and advocacy systems. Its clients may reside in the community with their families, in their own apartments, or in group homes and other settings, as well as in state institutions. For more information visit http://www.cladisabilitylaw.org.

About Acronis

Acronis is a global provider of affordable, scalable storage management and disaster recovery software that helps enterprises and SMBs safeguard their information and assures the availability, security, integrity and recoverability of their infrastructure. Acronis' patented disk imaging and disk management technology have won broad industry acclaim for data protection, backup and recovery, system deployment, and migration for both physical and virtual servers.

A global company, Acronis has offices in the United States, Europe and Asia and sells its products both direct and through enterprise resellers. For additional information, please visit www.acronis.com or contact Senior Director of Strategic Marketing Stephen Lawton at media@acronis.com.

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