Datto, Inc. Overview
As the world’s leading provider of cloud-based software and technology solutions purpose-built for delivery by managed service providers (MSPs), Datto believes there is no limit to what small and medium businesses can achieve with the right technology. Datto offers Unified Continuity, Networking, and Business Management solutions and has created a unique ecosystem of MSP partners. These partners provide Datto solutions to over one million businesses across the globe. Since its founding in 2007, Datto has won awards for its rapid growth, product excellence, superior technical support, and for fostering an outstanding workplace. With headquarters in Norwalk, Connecticut, Datto has global offices in the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Denmark, Germany, Canada, Australia, China, and Singapore
Our purpose is to help businesses achieve total data protection by keeping business data secure, no matter where it lives. Whether it be located on physical devices, virtual devices, or in SaaS application, our aim to offer small to mid-sized businesses the best possible technology to keep their data secure and accessible in the wake of employee errors, natural disasters, malicious hackers, and any other threat to the business-critical data companies need to function on a day to day basis.
Datto’s vision is to be the preferred vendor that small and midsized businesses around the world rely on to have their IT needs met.
Datto protects the essential business data for tens of thousands of the world’s fastest growing companies. Our Total Data Protection platform delivers uninterrupted access to data on site, in transit and in the cloud to keep businesses running no matter what happens.
At Datto our mission to is to create the most innovative business continuity solutions on the market. This mission is driven by our core values:: 1. Always do the right thing. Put our customers first. 2. We are one team. Respect and trust each other. We are all working towards the same goals. 3. Do your life’s work. Exceptional results rarely come from ordinary effort. 4. Be inquisitive. Ask why. Find context. Be interested in what we do and how we do it. 5. Be “Can-Do”. Have a bias for action. Most mistakes can be undone. 6. It’s better to ask for forgiveness than for permission. Balance progress with order.
1715 US Employees