A lot of things are uncertain right now, but your small business’s IT doesn’t have to be.
Joining Keri in this B2B Tech Talk episode is Kevin Wills
, Sr. Solutions Sales Specialist for Cisco Meraki
at Ingram Micro. Kevin gives the scoop on Meraki Go
for small businesses, plus:
"Small business owners need to have a fully functional network launched very quickly in a startup scenario allowing them to connect their systems and open for business." — Kevin Wills, sr. solutions sales specialist for Cisco Meraki at Ingram Micro
- How small businesses can use technology to compensate for the absence of a dedicated IT team
- Why a comprehensive cloud platform could be the best solution for your business
- How Meraki Go supports remote workforces
Maybe you don’t have a dedicated team of IT professionals to manage your information security, productivity or scalability. That doesn’t mean your business can’t have proper management.
A comprehensive cloud platform
What if your small business had a networking solution that could:
- Be easily deployed straight from the box
- Enhance productivity
- Proactively identify network threats
- Provide secure guest Wi-Fi
- Perform automatic security updates
- Make working from home a breeze
- Do everything without the need for an IT pro
That’d be pretty great, right?
You’d be able to get more business done in a simple and secure fashion.
If you want it, Meraki Go’s got it
How Meraki Go is different
Meraki Go is an all-in-one networking solution designed specifically for businesses with 50 employees or fewer. That’s because it works great in one physical location. Meraki Go also makes it easy to operate out of a home business situation.
If you’re looking for a solution that covers standard business use, guest Wi-Fi and is super easy to deploy right out of the box, you’re looking for Meraki Go.
Partners can learn more about selling Meraki Go here. Contact Kevin Wills at email@example.com for more information.
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