How Can You Reduce Your Overall Enterprise WiFi Costs By Up To 56%?

SEAN BLANTON |

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We hear this question a lot. The explosion of mobile devices and the increased bandwidth possibilities of 802.11ac Wave 2 mean even greater demands on WiFi networks. That often means more pain for network managers, but eliminating those pains is our goal at Mojo Networks. One pain in particular we reduce is the one in your wallet: the total cost of ownership (TCO) of your WiFi network and improving your ROI. We’re happy to announce a new white paper by Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), which explains in detail how much a Mojo network can save you.

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