"Kaseya Traverse" Posts

5 Channel Partner Updates: Tuesday 04 June 2019

Today’s channel partner news involves Accenture, AppDynamics, Auvik Networks, Kaseya Traverse, NetObjex, OneLogin, Sensu, SolarWinds, Virtual Instruments & more.

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Kaseya vs Auvik: Potential MSP Network Monitoring Software Showdown Looms

Kaseya VSA is set to gain embedded Traverse network monitoring software & a potentially disruptive per-agent pricing model. Will competition with Auvik Networks intensify?

Kaseya Connect 2018 Preview: 8 Potential Moves for MSPs to Watch

At Kaseya Connect 2018, we’ll pursue updates involving more MSP mergers; potential Kaseya acquisitions beyond the Unitrends deal; CEO Fred Voccola’s potential IPO aspirations; and strategic partner updates from IT Glue, RapidFire Tools, and more.

Kaseya Powered Services: Cybersecurity, Data Center Monitoring Catching On?

An update on SaaS-driven Kaseya Powered Services like AuthAnvil (password management & multifactor authentication) & Traverse (infrastructure monitoring).

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5 Channel Partner Updates: Wednesday 25 October 2017

Updates involving Avaya, Bad Rabbit ransomware, Commvault, Cybereason, Datto, Dell, Extreme Networks, Kaseya, Logicalis, Meriplex, SolarWinds MSP & more.

Auvik Raises $11.8 Million for Network RMM, MSP Partner Expansion

Auvik Networks raises US$11.79 million to drive cloud-based network RMM (remote monitoring & management) for MSPs. Auvik CEO Marc Morin explains next moves.

Kaseya Traverse 9.5 Reinforces Network, Cloud and Data Center Monitoring

Kaseya Traverse 9.5 reinforces renewed emphasis on MSP network, cloud and data center monitoring across distributed customer systems.

Pilixo Names New CEO, Preps MSP Remote Control Push

Former Kaseya CEO Gerald Blackie transitions Pilixo leadership to Andrew Meyer. Pilixo preps more aggressive MSP push for Remo remote control platform.

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Has MSP-centric Networking Finally Arrived?

Datto and numerous rivals launch MSP-centric networking hardware and cloud-based management solutions. Can MSPs profit from network-centric services?

Kaseya Generates 70% Growth In 2016, Pursues Acquisitions

Kaseya has grown its business about 70 percent in 2016, has roughly $100 million on hand and is pursuing multiple acquisitions to help MSPs drive revenues.