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SOURCE: Datto Inc.
Datto Inc., the leading provider of hardware based on- and off-site backup, disaster recovery and intelligent business continuity solutions, announces comprehensive technology integration with Level Platforms, a leading remote monitoring and management (RMM) software vendor.
NORWALK, CT (PRWEB) February 21, 2013
Datto Inc., an award-winning provider of hardware based on- and off-site backup, disaster recovery (BDR) and intelligent business continuity(IBC) solutions, announced a deep product integration with Level Platforms Managed Workplace remote monitoring and management (RMM) platform.
All Datto Partners can now access a Datto Service Module that is available though Level Platforms Managed Workplace Update Center. The integration will allow Datto Partners to fully manage the status, category and priority of Datto devices and alerts through the Managed Workplace dashboard.
In addition, the Datto Service Module will provide detailed information on the status of off-site backups, smart device status and backup device configuration, as well as a remote connection directly to the Datto console. This integration will allow MSPs to simplify the management of Datto devices and allow them to deliver an improved end-user experience to customers.
“Expanding our relationship with Level Platforms is another milestone in our commitment to working with leading vendors to deliver competitive advantages for our Partners,” said Austin McChord, CEO, Datto. “The result of this technology integration is a more customized experience for MSPs that streamlines Datto device management, simplifies business processes and ultimately will improve the service levels for end-user customers.”
Datto currently has product integrations with Professional Services Automation (PSA) providers AutoTask and Connectwise and also RMM provider, Kaseya. Datto plans to continue developing and releasing technology integrations with channel vendors throughout the year.
“Our collaboration with vendors such as Datto, combined with innovative auto-monitoring features within Managed Workplace that ease configuration, speed onboarding and enable new levels of integration, broaden the capabilities of our MSP platform,” said Gordon Rielly, CTO, Level Platforms. “As a result, our Partners are providing more comprehensive monitoring and management, faster response times and improved services levels to help build stronger, long-term relationships with their clients.”
About Level Platforms
Level Platforms provides Managed Workplace®, the remote monitoring and management software and services platform used by thousands of IT service providers around the world to deliver comprehensive IT support to small and midsized businesses. Level Platforms’ hybrid agentless technology, extensive management and automation features, deep integration into the IT ecosystem and fully integrated white label support services, allow IT services providers to remotely support all of the information technology products and services their end customers rely on from a single web-based dashboard. “See All. Manage All. Service All.” For more information, visit http://www.levelplatforms.com.
About Datto Inc.
Datto Inc. is an award-winning vendor of backup, disaster recovery (BDR) and intelligent business continuity (IBC) solutions, providing best-in-class technology and support to its 5,000+ channel Partners throughout North America and Europe. Datto is the only hybrid-cloud BDR/IBC vendor that provides instant on- and off-site virtualization of servers and workstations, achieved through its Inverse Chain Technology™. The Datto product line addresses the specific needs of small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and serves a wide range of vertical markets including: healthcare, financial, education, banking, legal, manufacturing, retail, and municipal.
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