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Datto-Kaseya Integrate Offerings for MSPs

Datto Inc. continued its march to integrate its backup solutions with major managed service provider offerings with the announcement on Thursday of product integration with Kaseya.

Datto's hardware-based on-site and off-site backup, disaster recovery and business continuity solutions now work tightly with Kaseya's remote monitoring and management software.

Ian McChord, Datto product manager, called the integration "another milestone in Datto's aggressive integration plan." Some of the company's other MSP-related integrations include professional services automation software from Autotask and Connectwise.

According to Datto, features of the Kaseya-Datto integration include central monitoring and management of an MSP's entire fleet of Datto devices from within the Kaseya portal, and automatic creation within the Kaseya portal of device and agent alerts after a one-time setup in the Datto Partner Portal.

Posted by Scott Bekker on October 04, 2012 at 11:58 AM


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