Mojo Networks Initial Setup

David Landers
Founder & Chief Architect at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
It is a very simple set-up. You can always make it more complicated, by doing configuration steps. However, they have made that pretty easy too. For the most part, almost everything we want to do remotely from the cloud, we can from their cloud portal. I am based in Colorado. Our team is here, and we are doing several WiFi deployments for coffee shops in New York City this week. Our partners are deploying other equipment for these customers, but our piece for the remote WiFi, we can make all the changes from the cloud. We do not have to go to New York City just to get the basic setup going. It is very zero touch for us onsite. You just have somebody plug it in. View full review »
ThomasPowers
Director Of Technology
Straightforward. We didn't even need a manual. I know it's crazy, you're probably thinking I'm making this stuff up. It's simple. Very simple. Now, the engineers did help us on some more complicated stuff, like setting up WIPS and those kind of things. But as far as setup, and walking through, like I said, when I was testing them this time last year, we had three Mojo units, C-130s. We had a basic setup, as we were starting to build our new network. We just plugged it in and it worked. That just doesn't happen. We plugged it in and it worked and all 100 kids got on the test and started testing. We knew right then and there that we'd made the right decision. View full review »
John Case
Senior Collaborator at a non-tech company with 51-200 employees
The initial setup was very easy. We followed the "Getting Started" guide and worked with an engineer. There will be some training that you would need to take, so you are familiar with how Mojo does things. They provide an online training portal for you, so you can get certified to become a Mojo Gold Certified Administrator. They provide all the training for you to very in-depth levels. View full review »
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AlanTran
Director of Technical Services at CTM
The initial setup is straightforward. We deployed our solution, which is global, in less than 12 days. View full review »
VpManage4a33
VP, Managed Services at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
As expected, this product offers touchless provisioning. It also includes RF planning tools. View full review »
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