Norwalk. CT (PRWEB) April 29, 2014
Datto, the leading global vendor of intelligent business continuity (IBC) and backup, disaster recovery (BDR) solutions which provides best-in-class technology and support to its channel Partners, is happy to announce a software integration with Servoyant, a remote monitoring and management software servicing Managed Service Providers (MSP), vendors and the IT community.
“The strategy was to integrate with a leading provider of technology solutions focused on the MSP market and given Datto’s significant and growing footprint within the MSP user base as a whole, this was a natural fit,” stated Enrique Krajmalnik, Servoyant CEO and President. “Our common customers, nearly 50% of the Servoyant base, are super excited about the integration we have attained with Datto and the efficiencies they will gain.”
Servoyant user and Datto Elite Partner Mike Blom, President and CEO of Netrix IT says, “With Servoyant bringing the integration of Datto devices to their RMM platform, it provides Netrix IT and fellow MSPs a greater level of usability and efficiency to remain informed of devices statuses, storage capabilities, and more. This alliance is crucial for businesses to succeed and provide the appropriate business continuity that MSP’s need in one centralized location.”
The newly launched integration will allow Datto Partners to manage their devices inside the Servoyant software with an easy two-step process. It will also help Partners gain visibility into their local and off-site backup statuses directly from the Servoyant console.
Additional features include complete reporting capabilities such as Datto-specific reports and aggregate status of all device and backups all from one simple dashboard.
Datto Product Director Ian McChord said about the integration, “The Servoyant software uses critical API data to provide Datto Partners a simple way to view their fleet. This is one of many ways we unite with channel focused companies to reduce cost of ownership and ultimately boost partners margins."