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Cisco Business 350 Series

Cisco Business 350 Series

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What is Cisco Business 350 Series?

The Cisco Business 350 Series Managed Switches are presented as building blocks for the small business network, boasting an intuitive dashboard, advanced features, and pervasive security.

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What is Cisco Business 350 Series?

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David Peck | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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We needed a remotely manageable switch that we could quickly deploy to remote office locations to provide enough bandwidth per port to allow on-site technical people to lay down images onto laptops. The switch also had to meet or exceed our current security requirements so that it would not present any security vulnerabilities that we would have to deal with. It also had to do this at a reasonable price point.
  • Good throughput per port
  • Good manageability
  • Reasonable price point
  • Not every feature in the GUI is available at the command line
  • Software can only be updated via the GUI interface
  • It would be nice if the physical foot print were smaller
This is a small business switch, and for me, that means that if all I need is just this one switch, then I am on the right path. I would not want to use this switch to support a couple of hundred people trying to access heavy local resources. It should be used when you have a few dozen devices and/or users and a fairly flat network.
  • Management
  • Security
  • Price
  • We replaced thirty older switches for very little capital investment.
  • The new devices are compliant with our security needs, so we quickly cleared those issues.
  • The new switches were very easy for us to apply a standardized configuration that allowed us to get them up and operational in minutes.
We are a big Cisco shop and wanted to use Cisco switches for this application. We knew that we'd be able to configure them quickly and the time saved doing the configuration would be to our benefit. Knowing that we wanted to go with a fully managed switch also was a major tipping point in Cisco's favor. Having used some of the other vendors' "managed" switch interfaces, nothing comes close to Cisco's approach. Having a better user interface will give us plenty of time down the road.
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