Mojo Networks Previous Solutions

David Landers
Founder & Chief Architect at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
The biggest reason for our switch in 2014 was the cloud-based portion of it. It was controllerless. There was no WiFi controller nor separate hardware. We were previously working a lot with Juniper Networks WiFi, and other vendors here and there. The cloud-based WiFi was a big deal, to not need controllers, nor extra hardware. They were about the first to do it. It was game changing to know about this option back in 2014 when they were still called AirTight Networks. View full review »
ThomasPowers
Director Of Technology
The reason we switched is because our old solution was horrible. It didn't work. The product didn't work. All the tickets that we were having just caused more issues and problems. It just wasn't a good solution. The cost was a lot more, I don't know percentage, but it was over six figures more. So the cost was more, the product was not as good. The feature sets were limited. And really, it failed in every category. View full review »
John Case
Senior Collaborator at a non-tech company with 51-200 employees
The big reason we switched was the older product that we had was five or six years old, so it was time to be replaced with newer technology. The reason that we did not go with that company's new equipment was that it did not provide us any visibility or data as far as what was going on in the network. The old product only gave us the top five users for the last 24 hours. That was all the performance that we could see. The ability to drill down into each user, device, and application that Mojo provides is far better for seeing what the network is being used for and where the bottlenecks may be. View full review »
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AlanTran
Director of Technical Services at CTM
I have used Fortinet previously. We actually migrated from Fortinet to Aruba to Arista Mojo. We switched because we just found that the Mojo was a lot more user-friendly. It was definitely faster and it had better troubleshooting abilities. View full review »
VpManage4a33
VP, Managed Services at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
We were looking for a viable controller-less solution with good security and guest hotspot features. Mojo offers significant performance and value. View full review »
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