Provider of IT infrastructure management solutions for internal IT organizations and Managed Service Providers (MSPs), Kaseya, recently announced its acquisition of Spanning Cloud Apps. Founded in 2010, Software as a Service (SaaS) data protection solution provider, Spanning Cloud Apps has over 10,000 active enterprise and MSP users around the world. Additionally, in 2017, the vendor’s solutions were used to backup over 110 billion items. Spanning’s headquarters will remain in Austin, Texas, operating under Kaseya as an independent business.
Through this acquisition, Kaseya offers Kaseya Office 365 backup: a new, integrated solution powered by Spanning. The platform enables Kaseya users to provide a complete backup and disaster recovery solution built for Microsoft Office 365. This tool also allows MSPs to develop supplemental revenue streams concerning their users’ need to backup and secure their Office 365 environments.
CEO of Kasey, Fred Voccola, stated, “we are very excited about this acquisition and what it means for our customers. We continue our work to help MSPs grow at rates two times that of the industry, and our acquisition of Spanning brings yet another tangible way that MSPs can profit from the industry growth of platforms like Microsoft Office 365. Powered by Spanning, Kaseya stands alone as the most complete Office 365 backup solution available in the market – hands-down. Our community of MSPs and IT users can immediately take advantage of our Kaseya IT Complete platform to expand their data protection capabilities and differentiate their cloud services, all while generating additional revenue from their existing Office 365 business.”
As a part of the Kaseya Unified Backup Suite, Kaseya Office 365 integrates completely with the Kaseya IT Complete platform. Additionally, the tool is available as an integrated module within the company’s remote monitoring and management solution, VSA by Kaseya. The platform offers users a unified solution built from the ground up in order to enable users to actualize their Office 365 backup needs.
Chad Savoy, general manager at Spanning, also discussed the acquisition, saying, “the demand for Spanning products continues to grow rapidly as the use of Office 365, G Suite, and Salesforce increases in organizations of all sizes. We’ve seen the market recognize the importance of SaaS data protection, not only against loss but to satisfy growing compliance regulations. By joining with Kaseya, we gain the ability to bring our exceptional data protection and recovery products to more organizations around the world, as we continue to focus on helping all of our customers overcome their most pressing SaaS data and compliance changes.”
To read Kaseya’s full press release, click here.
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