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It’s been 20 months since Datto was acquired by Vista Equity Partners, five months since Tim Weller officially became its new CEO following the voluntary departure of founder Austin McChord (pictured), and one day since Datto’s 2019 DattoCon event ended in San Diego. The giant conference, which drew some 2,900 attendees, including 2,300 MSPs, gave ChannelPro an opportunity to speak with company leaders about how the big changes in its recent past have affected it and what the future holds in store for it. Here are four final insights about Datto that emerged from those conversations.
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