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Kaseya launches entry level cloud solution

Kaseya launches entry level cloud solution

New entry-level cloud-based IT systems management solution announced today

Kaseya has announced the launch of an entry-level cloud-based IT systems management solution, with basic IT automation functionality at an affordable administrator-based price.

The company says that the new solution complements existing Essentials and Advanced cloud-based product bundles.

At the same time, Kaseya has also announced a new online self-serve option via the company website at http://www.kaseya.com/solutions/saas-products.aspx.

“We’ve received many inquiries from small IT departments and service providers that want to embrace a more efficient remote break-fix approach and aren’t yet looking for the full IT Automation of Kaseya. In order to address this growing demand, we’ve created a new entry-level SaaS offering aimed specifically at this market. Our new Foundation offering enables those new to the IT systems management to come out and test drive,” says Bob Davis, chief marketing officer, Kaseya. "Additionally, we’re excited to now offer an ecommerce option on our website so you can buy from Kaseya 24x7 to suit your IT needs accordingly.”

The new bundle is called the Foundation bundle and includes Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android and Blackberry device support, remote control, audit and inventory, alerting, reports and dashboards, Windows Patch updates, as well as standard policies.

The Kaseya cloud bundles – Foundation, Essentials and Advanced -are available in either a yearly contract or a month-by-month pay as you go plan.


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