Kaseya Lands U.S. Patent for Dynamic Instruction Sets to Remote Devices

Kaseya International Ltd., a provider of remote IT monitoring and management solutions, said that the U.S. Patent Office has granted it a patent for technology that delivers instructions to remote devices from a central server.

Patent 7,827,547, for which Kaseya applied in 2004, involves the use of a new dynamically loaded library, or instructions, to update the capability to manage a computer from a remote location, adding functionality not previously present on the managed system, according to patent documents.

The patent was issued on November 2, 2010, according to U.S. Patent Office records.

"The key to any successful IT service delivery depends on automating repetitive tasks on each managed system," said Mark Sutherland, Kaseya president.

"We understand that sustaining optimal performance on the network is critical for our customers," he said. "Through our patented technology, we can ensure not only that work is successfully completed but also that there is minimal impact on system resources and user activity."

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