Mojo Networks Previous Solutions

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 »
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 »
Robert Wambani
CTO at JabJabGroup
Previously, we have used Cisco. Cisco is more expensive and with Mojo, the interface is simple. The information is quick and in terms of configuration and troubleshooting, Mojo is easier. I think that Mojo, Aerohive, and Extreme are the ones we primarily use. View full review »
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SureshSingh
Project Manager at BT Global Services AMEA
We've also used Cisco. The main difference between the two is simplicity. Mojo has less hardware and has and easy deployment. It's highly scalable as well. Plus, they make it easy to resolve issues. View full review »
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