Kaseya’s IT Automation Framework Receives Five-Star Rating from SC Magazine

Kaseya awarded publication’s ‘Best Buy’ ranking for performance, robust feature set, ease of use and customer support.

LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND, October 19, 2009 — Kaseya, the leading global provider of automated systems management software for IT service providers and corporate IT departments, today announced it has received a top award from SC Magazine. The latest version of the company’s IT automation framework received five out of five stars in a recent group test review from the leading security publication. SC Magazine explored the best Policy Management solutions and named Kaseya the ‘Best Buy.’

SC Magazine’s Policy Management Group Test looked at seven products used to enforce configuration policies in an enterprise. This includes network, security, software, hardware, encryption and network configurations. Kaseya, AlgoSec, BigFix, Novell, Secure Passage, ManageEngine and Trusted Computer Solutions were featured in the test. SC Magazine evaluated each product on its documentation, ease of use, features and functionality, reporting, alerting and support.

Scoring high in all categories, Kaseya received marks of distinction for its complete solution, with an intuitive problem-reporting, change-request and incident management interface. The final verdict summarized Kaseya as a strong endpoint management solution at a reasonable price point for the high-level of functionality it delivers.

“We are honored to have Kaseya earn the Best Buy award from one of the most respected publications in the security industry,” said Jim Alves, executive vice president, strategy and product marketing at Kaseya. “This recognition further validates Kaseya’s ability to provide powerful IT automation solutions to our global customer base.”

3 thoughts on “Kaseya’s IT Automation Framework Receives Five-Star Rating from SC Magazine

  1. When is Kaseya 6 going to be publicly available?

    Odd that we can get these great right ups but the product is not stable enough to be released to the current users!!

  2. Andy, I understand how this appears odd. As part of the product release it is common to have analyst review the software prior to release. This is very common with other software release strategies. Just know that articles like this mean it is just that much closer.

    As the company blogger I do wish I had dates to share and believe me I will post them just as soon as I am able. Thanks.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *