Kaseya takeover of Datto could cause 'unrest', says rival

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Kaseya takeover of Datto could cause 'unrest', says rival

Kaseya's $6.2bn acquisition of Datto could cause "unrest" among MSPs with the deal likely to "drive change and add some uncertainty". That is according to N-able CEO John Pagliuca, who said the ...

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