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Acronis and Kaseya team up

23 May 11

Acronis, a provider of disaster recovery and data protection solutions and Kaseya, a global provider of IT systems management software, today announced that Acronis' Backup and Recovery solution will be integrated into the Kaseya IT Framework as part of Kaseya BackupTM 4.0.



Kaseya has already offered Acronis functionality to its customers through an existing OEM agreement for more than five years. Under the extended agreement,  backup and recovery products for small to medium-size businesses will be added.

"The Acronis and Kaseya relationship has been successful and we are excited about furthering our partnership with this close alignment of our strategic objectives and product development,” Karl Sice, general manager at Acronis said.

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