BT rolls out AI-powered SME data protection

BT has added the Acronis web security technology to the services it offers to small businesses and small office/home office (SOHO) setups, as cyber attacks increase during the pandemic as more people work remotely.

The solution offered is based on Acronis’ AI-enhanced integration of data backup and anti-malware. It ensures users have backups that are free of malware, enabling safe recoveries when required.

It also proactively stops cyberattacks with anti-malware and automatically restores any affected files. The single, intuitive interface reduces the complexity involved in managing security and backups too.

Aurorah Cheney, senior manager for enterprise security propositions at BT, said: “After considering a myriad of solutions it was clear that Acronis’ cyber protection approach was the best solution to ensure our small business customers could securely backup their data, giving them the assurance they needed to focus on their business objectives.”

BT will offer differing levels of storage to cater to specific organisational needs, each of which provides secure backup for up to five laptops and desktop computers, as well as unlimited mobile devices and tablets.

The partnership marks the first time Acronis has added cyber protection designed for SOHO users to the Acronis Cyber Cloud - the platform that enables service providers, telcos and hosting providers to deliver cyber protection solutions to their customers.

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