Brennan IT launches Cisco managed Wi-Fi service

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Brennan IT launches Cisco managed Wi-Fi service

Brennan IT is one of the first Australian resellers to take the Cisco Meraki Wi-Fi solution and wrap a comprehensive managed service around it to make it easy for businesses to offer corporate and guest Wi-Fi access.

Demand for centrally-managed Wi-Fi services across business locations continues to grow as more workers use mobile devices and brands offer guest Wi-Fi access to improve customer service and increase brand loyalty.

Cisco Meraki is a secure wireless LAN/Wi-Fi solution for businesses operating in multiple locations. The ability to manage it in the cloud allows Brennan IT to offer a comprehensive managed service around Cisco Meraki.

“It’s a natural extension of our managed data networking product,” Lyncoln De Mello, Practice Director of Communications and Security at Brennan IT says. “Now we can offer a solution for our customers to extend the reach of their network right down to the wireless devices, and we can manage it all for them remotely.”

Sanjit Biswas, John Bicket and Hans Robertson founded Meraki. It was acquired by Cisco in December 2012 for an estimated $1.2 billion.

Jason Brouwers, director of partner business group for Cisco Australia and New Zealand, called this an "important customer segment". He said Brennan's service is helping to meet the mid-market’s demand for a highly secure, reliable and headache-free BYOD network.

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