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GenISIS Media Alert

NORWALK, CT – Datto Inc., the leading provider of hardware based on-site and off-site backup, disaster recovery and business continuity solutions is pleased to announce the expansion of the GenISIS solution. GenISIS is a USB stick that can seamlessly and permanently upgrade existing BDR hardware to Datto SIRIS appliances in as few as ten minutes.

“Due to the tremendous success and response to our launch of the GenISIS program, we are excited to expand the offering. In addition to Zenith InfoTech devices, Datto’s GenISIS technology is now capable of imaging hardware from Axcient, CharTec, HEROware and eFolder. GenISIS is also now available in the United States, Mexico and United Kingdom,” said Austin McChord, CEO of Datto.

Please contact your Datto Sales Executive or Datto distributor for more information or visit www.dattobackup.com/products/GenISIS.

About Datto’s SIRIS
SIRIS is a revolutionary business continuity solution specifically designed for MSPs and VARs. SIRIS dramatically simplifies and streamlines the backup process by taking the image chain out of the backup equation. Data is taken directly from the server and converted into vmdk files, which allows for fast and simple recovery. This hybrid cloud solution offers instant on-site and offsite virtualization, which prevents small to medium businesses (SMBs) from experiencing costly downtime in the event of a disaster.

About Datto Inc.
Datto Inc. is a leading provider of hardware based on-site and off-site backup and disaster recovery solutions. Founded in 2007, Datto is a profitable and growing channel-only company changing the way MSPs and VARs deliver complete business continuity. Datto’s offerings range from small data storage systems to large, enterprise-class business continuity solutions. Easy and affordable pricing, no recovery or incidental fees, generous upgrade plans and US-based technical support are just a few ways Datto is changing the channel. To learn more about Datto, visit www.dattobackup.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and our Blog.

June 26, 2012

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