Why you should trust Kaseya to provide a Unified ‘IT Complete’ Management of solutions
In today’s competitive business environment, organizations need more than just server management from their IT teams; they need capabilities that enable new workflows and turbocharge their business.
Large enterprises tend to build massive technology capabilities by simply allocating more resources to the team, but this is a bit of a challenge for mid-sized organizations that have similar IT needs but fewer resources.
However, failure is not an option. Mid-sized organizations tend to compete for the same business as larger enterprises, and therefore, need a similarly robust digital infrastructure to build their products, services, and offerings on.
Given the large number of devices that connect to any organization’s network in today’s day and age, two of the biggest challenges that IT teams face are compliance and cybersecurity. To compound their worries, irrespective of specialties, talent is in short supply around the world.
Obviously, this makes IT management incredibly complicated — but it doesn’t need to be.
Companies such as Kaseya offer intelligent Unified IT Management solutions that can help quickly transform how IT functions work in any organization.
Automation increases cybersecurity capabilities manifold
To be fair, Kaseya is a unique company because it builds automation into its offerings which means client organizations not only have the ability to do more with their time but are also able to create a more efficient IT function that caters to everyone’s needs across the board.
Speaking simply, what Kaseya’s IT Complete solution does is make it easy for businesses to define policies by which devices can connect to their network and under what circumstances. This policy is then enforced by automated software bots that are intelligently programmed to run in a connected, cohesive manner.
Being automated obviously means organizations don’t need as many security professionals looking at endpoints and managing devices connecting to the corporate network. This is also critical for businesses struggling to manage the talent gap in this space.
According to a 2018 study by the Ponemon Institute, the use of automation is a missed opportunity to strengthen cyber resilience, as organizations that fully deployed security automation saved $1.5 million on the total cost of a data breach, contrasted with organizations that did not leverage automation and realized a much higher total cost of a data breach.
The 2019 study found that among those organizations that did use automation, a 25 percent improvement in detection and containment of cyberattacks was achieved.
A conversation with Kaseya makes it easy to understand why its solutions are so effective.
“What we do — and we do very well — is provide customers with a single view of their policies, devices, and their entire network.,” explained Kaseya APAC General Manager Craig Allen.
“We offer a centralization of security functions — from antivirus to encryption and beyond — all of which compounded with automation, makes Unified IT simple and sensible.”
Visibility makes compliance a breeze for IT managers
What Kaseya is famous for is the fact that it provides its client organizations with a single pane of glass when it comes to everything to do with managing their IT.
As a result, organizations are not only able to gain visibility into their IT infrastructure but are also able to better understand their compliance responsibilities and take action within a unified framework.
In today’s market where failure to protect data and meet data protection & privacy requirements set by regulators attracts significant fines, what Kaseya provides is incredibly valuable.
“Executives are realizing that complying with privacy regulations is more complex and costly than first anticipated,” Gartner’s Managing VP and Risk Practice Leader Matt Shinkman pointed out recently.
A recent study Shinkman’s team conducted found that rapidly changing privacy regulations and their associated regulatory burdens have become the top emerging risk that organizations face globally.
Kaseya prides itself on having a finger on the pulse of the market, which is why the company recently acquired a market-leading IT assessment and compliance software provider RapidFire Tools.
The investment instantly strengthens the company’s existing portfolio, integrating with its IT management solution to provide an even more comprehensive compliance solution suite.
Given the rising cost of compliance with the arrival of EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), and more recent data and security laws in Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong, compliance is a key concern for organizations.
Kaseya does a good job helping its customers deal with that concern in a systematic fashion.
Ultimately, mid-sized organizations looking to grow quickly by leveraging digital tools and capabilities understand the limitations that traditional IT creates.
Kaseya’s IT Complete platform helps solve those problems, creating exciting opportunities for the business to thrive with new and emerging technologies. To learn more about its offerings, ask for a free trial now. Alternatively, if you’re in Australia or New Zealand, you can meet the company on these dates:
Auckland, Tuesday May 21 @ Hilton Auckland, 15:00 – 18:30 NZT
Melbourne, Wednesday May 22 @ Crown Promenade, 15:00 – 18:30 AEST
Sydney, Thursday May 23 @ Hotel CBD, 17:00 – 20:00 AEST
Registration for these events is now open.
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