Kaseya’s Leadership in Office 365 Management is Underscored with Major Milestone for 365 Command Product
BOSTON – November 14, 2013 – Kaseya®, a leading provider of IT systems management software, today announced that its 365 Command solution is being used to manage over one million mailboxes worldwide. With this achievement, Kaseya has a new milestone in its undisputed leadership in Office 365 cloud application management tools.
Acquired by Kaseya last month, 365 Command allows IT organizations and MSPs to easily manage and administer the Microsoft Office 365 cloud application suite. It is a one-of-a-kind, highly scalable, hosted service providing an easier way to manage Microsoft Office 365 environments, replacing the need for PowerShell scripting with an easy to use GUI. The solution offers powerful tools for managing users, mailboxes, Office 365 migrations and more, with flexible reporting for rapid insights and decision-making support.
“365 Command’s intuitive management and reporting tools enable us to manage Microsoft Office 365 more efficiently, saving our organization significant time and money,” said Jim Conway, Regional IT Manager at Interroll.
Kaseya has been building on its strong portfolio of IT systems management tools with organic product investment and new acquisitions of market-leading technologies. In addition to the recently acquired 365 Command technology, the company recently purchased Zyrion for its powerful Traverse cloud and network monitoring solution, and Rover Apps for its modern and innovative Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) management solution.
“The popularity of Office 365 has created urgent needs for MSPs and mid-market enterprises around management and administration of these applications,” said Yogesh Gupta, President and CEO of Kaseya. “With more than one million mailboxes managed, Kaseya is by far the leader in this market. We believe cloud application management will be a growing need for our customers and we are excited to be able to offer the leading solution for Office 365 management.”