RapidFire Tools also sees the new offering’s platform as being one that can handle multiple compliance regimes. It already supports GDPR, and they intend to roll out additional regulatory support this year.
Kaseya’s CEO detailed that the IT Glue acquisition actually took place two years ao, and has been kept under wraps. He also indicated what will happen with IT Glue now that the acquisition has been formally announced, and dropped some hints about what is next on the acquisition front.
Kaseya will maintain Vancouver-based IT Glue as a standalone company to sell to its competitors, while also working closely to integrate its technology into the Kaseya Suite of offerings. Kaseya said IT Glue’s existing management team will guide operations in the wake of Day’s departure.
Malwarebytes announces a new partnership with Bask Technology, which both highlights their endpoint protection product, and is part of the company’s plan to significantly expand their presence in the SMB space going forward.
ITBoost offers full functionality in documentation, password management, BI and customer feedback through an integrated pane of glass, and is at the ConnectWise IT Nation Connect 2018 event this week looking to differentiate themselves and impress MSPs.
Vancouver-headquartered IT Glue, the market leader in IT documentation for MSPs, has designed their first partner event around the principle of providing MSPs with valuable takeaways, rather than just talking about themselves.
The acquisition immensely strengthens Kaseya’s compliance offerings, and they immediately announced a new compliance solution from the RapidFire technology, which was sufficiently important that they delayed announcement of the acquisition for two months, until the new product was ready.
Kaseya formally announces its new exchange for the sharing of scripts and other automation tools. Up since the end of June, the exchange has over 700 content items so far, with most of them being free to download.