CEO Fred Voccola: ‘Company Let Customers Down’
Thousands of organizations that rely on Miami-based Kaseya’s VSA software to remotely manage systems are going to have to wait longer to regain the ability to use it, company CEO Fred Voccola explains in a Thursday video.

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