Oct 07, 2011
NORWALK, CT, October 7, 2011 – Datto Inc., an award-winning provider of hardware based on- and off-site business continuity solutions, announced today the launch of the Datto blog.
Datto is looking to cultivate a two-way dialogue with its partners and the channel through the website: www.datto.com/blog. The blog will feature posts from a diverse set of employees currently working at Datto.
Posts will cover a range of topics including (but not limited to): industry news and trends, sales and marketing tips, technical deep dives, hardware assessments, and general business advice. Datto CEO, Austin McChord, will post a video blog every Friday answering questions submitted by people in the channel. Questions are not limited to inquiries about Datto products & services and can be about anything related to the channel or the IT industry in general. Questions can be submitted by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“With over 60 percent of the population currently using social media, it’s safe to say that blogging is a great way to connect with your audience. Blog readers grew by nearly 50% this past year and I think MSPs and VARs are willing to deepen their relationship with channel vendors through social media. Datto strives to be a thought leader and the blog will provide a great forum for open two-way communication,” said Austin McChord, CEO of Datto.
To subscribe to the Datto blog, visit www.datto.com/blog. There is an option to subscribe via email or RSS feed. Comments are welcomed (and monitored).
About Datto Inc. Datto Inc. is a leading provider of hardware based on- and off-site backup and disaster recovery solutions. Founded in 2007, Datto is a channel-only company changing the way MSPs and VARs deliver complete business continuity. Datto’s offerings range from small data storage systems to large, enterprise-class business continuity solutions. Easy and affordable pricing, no recovery or incidental fees, generous upgrade plans and US-based technical support are just a few ways Datto is changing the channel.