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Mobility Express Deployment Explained

- December 22, 2015 - 4 Comments

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The great thing about Mobility Express is that it allows you to easily deploy a robust, feature-packed wireless network.  The deployment is based for small to medium-sized businesses, so the chances are good that IT support may be lacking from these organizations. And the idea of setting up and running their own wireless network might be a bit intimidating for people without a lot of tech knowledge.

No matter how much tech experience you have, Cisco has you covered. Presenting a new, five-minute video that succinctly and clearly breaks down how simple it is to set up Mobility Express.

The video’s presenter, Cisco Technical Marketing Engineer Shivesh Ganotra, walks you through the steps it takes to have a new Wi-Fi network deployed in no time. From unboxing the product to getting it up-and-running, no detail is spared—you’ll be confident in your ability to successfully run Mobility Express once you’re done watching this short video.  To watch the video, please go here.

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4 Comments

  1. Is this an option for home use? Wifi at the house through is terrible through Time Warner.

  2. Thanks for the wonderful article Byron. The Most lovable part of Mobility Express is that you can deploy up-to 25 access points as you grow. Just like you pointed that these are best suited for small to medium-sized businesses.I plan to get one done with a 1850 access point.

    First time I hear about Mobility Express. Very promising, love it.

    I watched the video which provides excellent step by step instructions on installing and configuring a wireless network. Thank you