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Overview of Cloud-Managed WiFi: The Next Step in Wireless Evolution


Wireless networks are used as the backbone of business critical applications, but more applications are moving to the network increasing the need for a management system to help with centralized control. The system must be fast, secure, and easily integrated with wireless infrastructures, but finding a system with all of these requirements can be stressful for IT managers. How can you find a structure that will provide the features you are looking for without breaking the bank?

This podcast discusses how implementing cloud managed wireless networks can tackle your IT challenges. Without a controller living on your wireless network, you’ll receive reliability and scalability, as well as centralized management, and a cost-effective infrastructure.  Learn how cloud managed wireless services can help your enterprise.


  • What a cloud managed wireless network is
  • How it can help manage your network
  • The benefits of moving your system to cloud
  • Study results: WLANs vs. Cloud based networks
  • And more

Webcast: Cloud-Managed WiFi: The Next Step in Wireless Evolution


Kiren Sekar Director of Product Marketing, Meraki

Kiren Sekar leads marketing efforts at Meraki. Meraki was the first company to introduce cloud-controlled wireless networks. Currently, Meraki has over 15,000 networks across 143 countries, and has connected over 6 million users. Meraki is backed by Google and Sequoia Capital. Prior to Meraki, Kiren has held leadership positions in a number of Silicon Valley startups, and was a software engineer at Apple Computer, where he was responsible for that company’s networking platform.

18 Aug 2010
Aug 18, 2010

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