Small and midsized businesses (SMBs) often want to run the same technologies in their IT environment that enterprises already use. Whether it is cloud technologies, data protection, disaster recovery, high availability, networking, security, or storage, SMBs want them. They also want the right people with the right skills to manage this IT infrastructure. Historically, SMBs could not afford these technologies. Further, even if they do acquire them, they may still lack the in-house expertise to effectively manage them. Delivering on these competing but complementary SMB requirements for IT technologies and skills requires a company focused on them. Based upon what I saw at the recent Kaseya Connect Global conference, Kaseya stands poised to do so.
Do you ever wonder why achieving simplicity is so hard? I certainly do. Everyone tends to recognize simplicity when they see or experience it. However, simple to manage and use technology remains elusive. Further, making multiple technologies simple to use and manage rarely happens. That said, Kaseya may a simple answer to this challenge. Its strategy entails providing companies with a management console that centrally monitors and manages multiple disparate technologies.