Is IT Complete 2.0 from Kaseya the Next Generation Platform for IT Professionals?

Is IT Complete 2.0 from Kaseya the Next Generation Platform for IT Professionals?

By Greg Tavarez

Daily emerging threats highlight the importance of the IT management and security software industry and their software solutions that are designed to help organizations manage their IT systems and protect them from cyber threats.

Kaseya, a provider of unified IT management and security software for MSPs and SMBs, offers products such as the Virtual System Administrator platform, the Traverse network monitoring solution, the AuthAnvil multi-factor authentication tool as well as the Kaseya Security Suite and Kaseya Compliance Manager. The purpose of these solutions? To remotely monitor and manage their clients' IT systems and boost cybersecurity.

That said, companies like Kaseya are continually innovating and developing new solutions to keep their clients' IT systems safe and secure, which is why Kaseya has developed and unveiled the evolution of a purpose-built platform for the multi-functional IT professional: IT Complete 2.0.

With IT Complete 2.0, the company is expanding its Security Suite to include automated network penetration testing with Vonahi's technology and is offering the solution at a discounted price to customers. Additionally, Kaseya is providing its MSP Enablement Suite with audIT's automated sales presentation solution at no cost to all customers.

Kaseya is also introducing a Cyber Insurance Fast Track Program that offers discounted rates for cyber coverage to customers who use its security suite. The program includes RocketCyber, Datto EDR, Graphus, BullPhish ID and Dark Web ID.

In addition, Kaseya launched the Remote IT and Security Management Certification Program, modeled after Cisco and Microsoft's certification programs, to train IT and security professionals on Kaseya's IT Complete platform. Graduates of the program are accessed through the RITSM module in the KaseyaOne customer portal.

Kaseya hasn't stopped there, though.

Kaseya also added more than 350 integrations within its IT Complete platform, including the successful integration of all Datto products. Some insight on what Datto does, Datto provides cloud-based data backup, disaster recovery and business continuity solutions for SMBs)

With more than 1,000 total integrations across Kaseya’s product suites, Kaseya provides a unified, seamless experience for its customers within IT Complete.

Kaseya CEO, Fred Voccola, stated that providing IT Complete 2.0 with advanced product suites and integrations to customers is a significant achievement for their company and a new phase of Kaseya's development.

“Everything that we have built into IT Complete, and the hundreds of millions of dollars we’ve invested and will continue to invest, was done to ensure that organizations ‘Powered by Kaseya’ are recognized as delivering the best IT and security solutions on the planet,” said Voccola.

Edited by Alex Passett
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