ET deals: Save 33% on Acronis True Image 2017

Need a simple solution for both local and cloud backups? Check out the True Image 2017 backup suite from Acronis. Order today, and you’ll save 33% off of your first year.

One-year subscription to Acronis True Image 2017 for $ 39.99 (List price: $ 59.99)</li>

Surely, you have very important files sitting on your drive. Be it tax data, family photos, or your portfolio, it would be terrible to lose any of it. And since all drives are bound to fail eventually, it’s wise to take precautions.

Keeping a complete backup of your data on a local drive allows for a short turn-around in getting your computer up and running. And since Acronis True Image 2017 will even copy your OS and system settings, you’ll be ready for action when the time comes.

The local backup will serve you well if you have a drive failure, but what happens if there’s a burglary or a house fire? You could lose your backup as well! That’s why it’s also important to keep your most valuable data stored offsite. And thankfully, 50GB of cloud storage comes with your purchase, so your data will be in good hands. And if you need more space, you can always upgrade your online storage for an additional fee.

While a one-year subscription to Acronis True Image 2017 typically sells for about 60 clams, Acronis is offering up a $ 20 discount for year one. And for and additional $ 19.99, you can get a custom DVD with the software and your license as well.

Note: Terms and conditions apply. See the Acronis site for more information.

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