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Kaseya Wins Multiple Redmond Magazine Reader's Choice Awards for Systems Management Innovation

SAN JOSE, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/13/13 --


  • Wins Gold Medal, Two Silver Medals and Bronze
  • Kaseya Platform, Kaseya Computer Audit and Discovery, Kaseya IT Center and Kaseya Remote Desktop Management Solutions All Recognized

Kaseya, the leading global provider of automated IT systems management services, today announced it won four Redmond Magazine 2013 Reader's Choice Awards. According to the publication, thousands of readers were surveyed over a two-week period.

The Kaseya® platform won the Gold Medal in the Remote Monitoring and Management/IT Control Management Platform category; Kaseya Computer Audit and Discovery was recognized as a Silver Medal Winner for Asset Management/Resource Inventory Management; Kaseya IT Center was a Silver Medal Winner for Network Automation and Batch Processing Tool; and Kaseya Remote Desktop Management was a Bronze Medal Winner for Remote Client Management and Troubleshooting Solution.

Businesses are becoming increasingly challenged with managing complex and demanding environments. Kaseya unifies IT management by increasing productivity for businesses of all sizes through the delivery of enhanced functionality, performance and usability. IT administrators worldwide save time, lower costs and improve productivity with Kaseya's unique brand of automated enterprise-class systems management technology available via a SaaS delivery model or on-premises solution.

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"We are experiencing strong worldwide demand for our innovative on-premise and SaaS-based IT management technologies and we are thrilled to have placed so well in Redmond Magazine Reader's Choice Awards. Getting validation from the user community and our customers makes the acknowledgement all the more special," said Bob Davis, chief marketing officer at Kaseya.

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Kaseya is the leading global provider of IT Systems Management software. Kaseya solutions empower everyone -- from individual consumers to large corporations and IT service providers -- to proactively manage and control IT assets remotely, easily and efficiently from one integrated Web-based platform. Kaseya solutions are trusted by IT service providers, and in a wide variety of industries, including: banking, consumer packaged goods, education, financial services, government, healthcare, military, real estate, retail and transportation. The company is privately held with over 30 offices in 23 countries. To learn more, please visit http://www.kaseya.com.

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