Licensing in TI Echo Enterprise

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by rahrenstorff, Nov 29, 2007.

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  1. rahrenstorff

    rahrenstorff Registered Member

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    So if I understand Acronis Licensing correctly, I would need to purchase a one-time $999 license per server that I want to backup and approximately $300 a year per server for maintenance. Also, Acronis TI 9.1 did not track the remote agent usage, but TI Echo does....is that correct?

    I have no problem complying with a vendors license requirements, but I can't see how the Acronis software is possibly worth nearly $1000 per machine (to our not-for-profit company)! I would certainly think an alternative product would offer similar features for less money from one of the following:

    Bakbone, Arkeia, Ahsay, Vembu, Paragon, Storix, Yosemite, Novastore, Asigra, Terabyte, Ultrabak, Idealstor, Symantec, CA, CommVault, BackupPC, Bacula, Zmanda...

    Is the Acronis software 'that' good or is it priced too high?
     
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    Acronis Support Acronis Support Staff

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    Hello rahrenstorff,

    Thank you for using Acronis Enterprise Server Disk Backup software

    Please note that we have a flexible system of discounts and the amount of the discount varies depending on the number of copies you want to purchase. We also have some special discounts for non-profit organizations.

    Please contact our Sales Team to receive additional information regarding prices and discounts. You can find contact information here

    Thank you.

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    Michael Levchenko
     
  3. KennethS

    KennethS Registered Member

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    Howdy,

    We have a small office with only 6 systems. Each runs TIW and we do not own Enterprise Server. We can easily manage all the systems from one using TI Console.

    I do not know what benefits Enterprise Server would offer, but, you can certainly look into using our approach.

    All the best,

    Kenneth
     
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