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@LabTechSoftware Announces Product Integration with Cloudtools
LabTech Software, the only powerful, robust-featured remote monitoring and management (RMM) platform developed by an IT service provider for IT service providers, today announced the new integrated solution, Cloudtools Shift, designed to decrease the time and complexity associated with migration for IT professionals. The new product is available immediately and can be purchased through LabTech Software.

"In today's collaborative work environment increasing efficiency is a critical challenge for IT service providers," said Matt Nachtrab, chief executive officer, LabTech Software. "The integration of this product sets a standard for RMM platforms by providing a quick and seamless transfer of data across a fully secure cloud, thereby allowing administrators more time to focus attention on delivering an exceptional user experience."

LabTech Software is proud to begin offering Cloudtools Shift, a drag and drop solution that allows IT service providers to move any virtualized machine (VM) to and from the most popular private and public virtualization/cloud operating environments. Shift greatly decreases the complexity and time associated with migration. It's the first product offered by the company to solve the common challenges associated with VM migration.

Cloudtools Shift Features:

  • Drag and drop VMs from the source to the destination and you’re done!
  • Cloudtools Shift automates the entire migration process, automatically converting the disk images.
  • The event-based licensing model allows you to pay per move.
  • Shift supports VMware, vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, OpenStack, Cloudstack, AWS and Microsoft Azure.
  • Cloudtools Shift is installed in your environment so that data is secure and never leaves your possession.
To learn more about LabTech Software's newest partner solutions, please visit: Cloudtools Shift:
Published Thursday, November 06, 2014 6:29 AM by David Marshall
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