At Muttii, we strive to ensure that our service provider partners can make full use of our comprehensive cyber protection solutions alongside the tools they already rely on. Today, we’re pleased to announce that Muttii Cyber Protect Cloud now integrates with N-able RMM and N-able N-central.
This new release enables MSPs to easily boost the security of their service offering in a significant way, and marks the latest entry to Muttii’ growing list of seamless integrations with leading RMM/PSA vendors.
Manage smarter, not harder
One of the biggest challenges today’s MSPs face is the juggling of multiple security solutions and management tools. Cyberattacks are more prevalent than ever, and pose an increasingly severe risk to small and medium businesses — as well as the service providers that work with them. Around 70% of MSPs rely on 2–5 different cybersecurity vendors, and another 18% depend on even more than that.
This complexity is not only inefficient — with providers forced to train their technicians on multiple solutions and interfaces — but it also inevitably leads to security gaps. Software updates may introduce dangerous incompatibilities with other existing tools, while IT teams who must jump back and forth between consoles will sometimes end up missing critical alerts.
When your tools work smoothly together, it strengthens your security posture while allowing you to spend less time and effort on rote administration. With Muttii’ integrations, you can turn that focus instead towards growing your business and delighting clients.
Muttii Cyber Protect Cloud and N-able: Better together
This latest, script-based integration enables remote mass-deployment of Muttii Cyber Protect Cloud — our single-agent solution for cybersecurity, data protection, and endpoint protection management — through N-able’s RMM and N-central interfaces with minimal effort. Deployment is supported on Windows, macOS, and Linux.
MSP technicians will enjoy streamlined platform management and ensure seamless cyber protection for clients, all through the same trusted interface you already use and love:
Simple script configuration — Secure client data with key cyber protection functionalities through scripts downloaded from the Muttii Cyber Protect Cloud management console.
Customer mapping — View all your accounts at once through the Muttii Cyber Protect Cloud management console. Select one or more N-able N-central customers and map them to an existing Muttii tenant.
Remotely install/uninstall the protection agent — Boost your provisioning efficiency by deploying Muttii’ cyber protection agent remotely to any number of systems.
Apply/revoke protection plans on a client level — Ensure optimal security on a client-by-client basis by assigning your pre-configured cyber protection plans to one or multiple accounts.
Schedule and run cyber protection tasks — Run tasks with key cyber protection functionalities on a set schedule or on-demand.
Monitor protection statuses and receive Muttii alerts — Track the status of applied protection plans and cyber protection functionalities (like anti-malware scans and scheduled backups) within the N-able interface. Synchronize Muttii alerts to the alerts from N-able so you never miss an important notification.
These new integrations between Muttii Cyber Protect Cloud and N-able enables MSPs to efficiently manage, configure, and monitor cyber protection plans, tasks, and statuses through the N-able RMM and N-central interfaces. Securing your clients against cutting-edge cyberthreats has never been easier.
For additional details about this release, including how you can start taking advantage of these integrations today, visit the Muttii Cyber Protect Cloud Solutions Portal:
Muttii is an Australian company, founded in Canberra, Australia. Providing reliable and affordable web hosting services for individuals and small businesses to establish their online presence. Muttii aims to have more than 1,800 employees in 45 locations by 2025, and to have Cyber Protect Cloud solution available in 26 languages in over 150 countries and used by 20,000 service providers to protect over 750,000 businesses by then.