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Datto Debuts Backup & Recovery Solution for Small Businesses

Norwalk, Conn.-based Datto is introducing Datto ALTO, an on- and off-site backup and disaster-recovery solution for small business owners.

Datto calls ALTO an advanced, cost-effective and scalable BDR solution that provides companies with as few as one employee with a hybrid cloud platform for hybrid virtualization of servers and workstations. By using both on- and off-site backup, Datto says end-users have a reliable and efficient way to ensure their data is recoverable regardless of any disaster scenario. Data loss and IT downtime are major threats to the bottom line for businesses of all sizes and can result in lost revenue, reputational damage, decreased customer satisfaction, decreased productivity, IP property loss and supply-chain disruptions.

We believe that every business, of any size, is entitled to a robust solution to back up their critical business data and insure themselves against costly downtime and extended interruptions in business continuity,” said Austin McChord, CEO and founder of Datto Inc. We have built a product that eliminates complex overhead for end users and adds an unmatched level of service through our channel partners and our award winning support team.”

Datto ALTO is designed to help managed service providers make the BDR investment much easier for SMBs to manage financially. Datto ALTO is targeted to meet the varying, unique needs of small businesses while delivering robust functionality.

ALTOs feature set includes image-based backup; seamless hybrid virtualization; automatic backup testing via Screenshot Backup Verification Technology; bare metal restore technology to perform system restores to dissimilar hardware; Datto’s Inverse Chain Technology; and the computing power of rack mounts and towers in a box that fits in the palm of your hand.

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