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2018 has been a busy year for Kaseya Ltd., the IT management vendor with dual headquarters in New York and Miami.
Indeed, in the last eight months, the company has added documentation and cloud-to-cloud Office 365 backup functionality to its IT Complete platform based on technology from IT Glue and Spanning Cloud Apps LLC, respectively; merged with Unitrends Inc., a maker of appliance-based business continuity and disaster recovery solutions with a customer base heavily weighted toward large enterprises; rolled out a new release of its VSA remote monitoring and management platform, introduced a new platform-wide administrative interface; and more.
There’s more to come too, according to CEO Fred Voccola, who discussed the company’s plans for the future with ChannelPro recently.
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