Earlier today, IT management software vendor Kaseya Ltd. officially released VSA 9.4, the newest edition of its remote monitoring and management solution. Now what? CEO Fred Voccola hinted at answers in a recent interview with ChannelPro.
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According to Voccola, Kaseya will update its 13 existing products, build some new ones, and buy a few software vendors in 2017. Expect at least some of that activity to focus on helping MSPs setup and maintain cloud-based solutions, like the company’s existing Kaseya 365 Command administration solution does for Microsoft Office 365.
“I look for Kaseya to be making acquisitions and also building new technologies in the area of cloud management, cloud provisioning, [and] being able to offer cloud movement, cloud migration,” Voccola says.
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