December 11, 2020
Score 8 out of 10
Before work-from-home, Internet deliverability was the no. 1 priority for any office. If employees can't get good Wi-Fi connections in every corner of the office, it leads to lost productivity, employee unhappiness, and also impacts the ability for teams to have meetings with customers and potential customers--directly impacting the success of those conversations, demos, etc. Wi-Fi access points are definitely a whole-company issue and are used by everyone, almost every minute of every day.
- UI/UX simplicity
- Meant for too small of a business
- Lack of full control for IT team
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This is a great setup for a small business. It can be controlled by an app and doesn't require an IT person to really control and troubleshoot day to day. That said, we ended up going with another vendor as we do have technical people who work for us full time and we found at 50+ people we needed stuff that IT could really dig into and didn't need the friendly interfaces.