Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably noticed Datto is continuing to build on the outstanding momentum in 2015, kicking off the first quarter of 2016 with a bang.
Datto opened three new data centers to meet the needs of MSPs wishing to store and replicate their customers’ data within region. The new data centers in Germany, Canada, and Singapore bring Datto’s data center total to nine and expand Datto’s geographic redundancy capabilities.
In addition to data centers, Datto added several noteworthy features to its solutions in the first few months of 2016. Expanding Datto’s protection for data across SaaS applications, Datto’s Microsoft Office 365 backup solution now includes backup capabilities for OneDrive. Increasing the flexibility and scalability of Datto’s popular SIRIS, the company recently introduced agentless backup.
Another highlight for the first quarter of 2016? Datto got LOTS of awards. In the first quarter of 2016, Datto was recognized across the channel and the greater IT industry with more than 20 awards for product excellence, channel program quality, technical support, and more. During the 2015 Reseller Choice Awards in Canada, Datto took home a record eight awards including “Best Overall Vendor” and at the inaugural Cloud Girl Rising Awards, Datto’s Samantha Ciaccia was recognized as a female leader in the channel.
Datto was once again recognized as a top workplace in the state of Connecticut. The Hartford Business Journal named Datto one of the Best Places to Work in CT in 2016. This was the second consecutive year that Datto has made the list.
To read more about Datto’s first quarter in 2016, read the full release in the Datto Newsroom.