Datto provides business continuity solutions to secure the essential business data for thousands of companies around the world. Our integrated suite of services include our market leading data backup and disaster recovery (BDR) offerings, our advanced Cloud-to-Cloud (C2C) backup services for leading SaaS applications, and our innovative network continuity solutions. All delivered as managed services primarily through Managed Service Providers (MSPs) for the data protection needs of small and midsized businesses or distributed locations of large enterprises.
Datto’s BDR solutions serve a rapidly expanding market of over 5,000 MSPs worldwide. The company’s 250+ PB purpose-built cloud and family of software and hardware devices provide backup and recovery for locally stored business data. Our market leading SIRIS 3 is the first data protection platform that protects any physical, virtual and cloud infrastructure running on Windows, Mac or Linux. With our Instant Virtualization technology, businesses can be up and operational within seconds after an incident. The company’s BDR products comprise Datto SIRIS, Datto ALTO, and Datto NAS.
Datto’s C2C solutions protect the essential business data generated by the leading SaaS applications including Microsoft Office 365, Google Apps, and Salesforce.
Datto’s Managed Networking Services deliver Network Continuity with always connected WiFi and fully integrated 4G LTE failover and failback. The product line, optimized for deployment in small to medium-sized businesses, includes a collection of high-performance, networking devices complete with centralized, cloud-based management. Datto’s Managed Networking products consist of the Datto Networking Appliance, Datto Networking Switches and Datto Networking WiFi.
Founded in 2007 by Austin McChord in Norwalk, Connecticut, Datto now employees close to 800 people located in 9 offices throughout the world including Monroe CT, Rochester NY, Boston MA, Portland OR, Toronto CA, London UK, Singapore, and Sydney, Australia. Datto remains privately held and has received two rounds of investments from leading private equity firms General Catalyst and TCV.