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CRN Review: Latest Cisco 300 Series Switch Aimed At Non-Techies

Eddie Correia just posted a great review of Cisco’s latest 300 Series switch here . It’s filled with all kinds of juicy nuggets like, “Gone are the days when programming a Layer 3 Ethernet switch required special training or certifications.”

We know that most small businesses just don’t have the time or inclination to undergo detailed training simply to use technology to achieve their goals. In fact, Correia says, “Cisco’s 300 Series managed switches are designed to be maintained by the end-user, people that are usually more interested in processing orders from their small business’s Web site than in mucking around with IT technologies and protocols.”

I hope you’ll take a few minutes to read the review. It goes into a good, but helpful amount of detail, and of course my favorite part is the last sentence, where Correia says, “As tested…and for the small office or department, the CRN Test Center recommends Cisco every time.”

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