Mojo Networks Other Advice

David Landers
Founder & Chief Architect at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
I would recommend a demonstration or a trial. Plug Mojo, or one of their APs, into your environment. Test it out, see what you see, then take it from there. When you compare it to others that you may be looking at, look for deficiencies or things which do not meet your needs. There's just less and less of those. The biggest thing would be that they do not have some of those malware protection features yet on the WiFi, which they could add. Try it out, demo it out, and test it out for a few weeks. See what you see and view the analytics, then see if you can find something that does it as well. View full review »
ThomasPowers
Director Of Technology
If you go with Mojo, you're not going to be sorry. When it comes down to it, it's the best solution. Period. And how their model runs, and the support, I couldn't say a bad thing. Not one. There is no reason not to rate it a 10 out of 10. Because, it really does, in every category, just work. It excels in everything we wanted to do. I would highly suggest that you take a look at it. It's the most secure network. For example, every president right now who is alive, carries Mojo, because it's the most secure network. Mojo used to be known for its security, but now it's known for much more than that. If I was a business, a company, I would be looking at their security, their feature sets, their reliability, and stability. In every category, it rises above everybody that we went up against. View full review »
John Case
Senior Collaborator at a non-tech company with 51-200 employees
Ask for a demo. Set it up, play with it, and you will be impressed at its capabilities. I would rate it a 10 out of 10, because of its ease of use, the response from the company for new product suggestions or enhancements, and the availability of support when it is needed. View full review »
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AlanTran
Director of Technical Services at CTM
My advice to someone considering this solution is to do a proof of concept and ensure that you have your maps planned out appropriately. The biggest lesson I learned from using this solution is that we have more visibility of the end to end wifi user experience compared to other products and that has improved our ability to troubleshoot a lot quicker. In terms of negative lessons, there aren't very many because I haven't come across any as yet in our use cases. I would rate Mojo as a nine out of ten. View full review »
VpManage4a33
VP, Managed Services at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Seriously consider the tri-radio APs, as the client testing features are critical in environments where there is no onsite IT staff. View full review »
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