Product Specialist at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
23 June 19
Regarding this solution, there are a few additional comments: from my side, because I'm a managed service provider, and we sell and manage services to our customer, I feel what's lacking right now is the technical training to up skill and manage the service provider. In South Africa, a lot of training is not available. In terms of technical training, there's none of that, apart from the CMNO training. I would rate this solution an eight out of ten.
Apprentice Technical Project Manager at a retailer with 201-500 employees
26 June 19
We use the solution every day, every hour. We usually check the dashboard once a day. Be aware that it's really easy to use, so you can easily make the wrong changes for example, but can get help easily from good people. Meraki is very accessible. It's a solution that can be used by anyone - by administrators, by end-users, by a lot of people. You have to be aware that it is pretty easy to be used, but you have to use it well. Use it well and it will be fine. The MDM, however, is bad. We're using another MDM now because Meraki was so bad. I would rate the solution 9 out of 10.
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