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Kaseya merges with Unitrends to give MSPs and mid-market enterprises business continuity and disaster recovery capabilities

Kaseya, provider of complete IT infrastructure management solutions for managed service providers (MSPs) and mid-market enterprises (MME), has announced that it will merge with enterprise backup and continuity company Unitrends.

By combining Unitrends’ business continuity and disaster recovery technologies with Kaseya’s IT Complete suite of management solutions, both MSPs and MMEs now have a single solution that meets all their critical IT needs, including remote monitoring and management (RMM), endpoint management, network monitoring and management (NMM), professional services automation (PSA), IT service desk, security, and backup and disaster recovery.
Unitrends’ focus on providing BCDR and DRaaS solutions for medium to large enterprises and the commitment to their distribution and channel partners will continue. While Unitrends MSP will continue to design and deliver product variants that are customized to the need of MSPs.

Unitrends will continue to operate out of its Burlington, Massachusetts headquarters with plans to invest and expand its workforce. Kaseya and Unitrends will continue to operate under their respective brands, and both companies remain a part of the Insight Venture Partners portfolio.

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