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This topic is a great opportunity to learn more about the network connectivity solutions that Cisco offers during this unprecedented COVID-19 situation in order to enable network connectivity to remote workers. The session describes the available solutions and offers in any market segment or industry that wishes to enable employees to work remotely from home or micro office environments.
The event focuses on Cisco Enterprise solutions and offers that are related to secure remote work and micro office network connectivity. These solutions include Cisco Aironet, Catalyst, and OfficeExtend access points, any virtual or physical controller, and Cisco Wireless LAN Controllers (WLC), among others.
The event also covers Cisco Meraki solutions, such as Meraki MX series SD-WAN and security appliances, Meraki Z series teleworker appliances, Meraki MR series access points, Meraki Insight (MI), and Meraki Systems Manager, among others.
This forum event works well as an introduction for those who are not familiar with the tool and have recently started to use it.
Ask questions from Wednesday, May 13 to Friday, May 29, 2020
Karla Cisneros is a Support Product Specialist focused on MR wireless products in Cisco Meraki. She has worked with wireless technology for nearly eight years, five of them as part of the Wireless Technical Assistance Center [TAC] team. She holds a CWNE (#270) and a CCIE Enterprise Wireless (#59822) certification.
Rafael Enriquez is a Technical Consulting Engineer of the Wireless team at the Cisco EMEAR Technical Assistance Center (TAC). He has nine years of experience in IT, six of them with Cisco wireless technologies. He has participated as a speaker in Cisco Live technical solutions clinics (TSC) and other partner sessions. Rafael holds a CCIE Enterprise Wireless certification (#60908).
Jhosbell Verdesca works as a Customer Success Specialist focused on Enterprise Networks, Cisco DNA Center, and SD-Access. Before that, he worked as a Cisco Support Engineer for the Wireless Team at the Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC). Before Jhosbell joined Cisco, he worked for three years with a Cisco Gold Partner in Venezuela to implement and support network and security solutions. Jhosbell holds two CCIE certifications, one in Enterprise Infrastructure and one in Enterprise Wireless (#58023).
Due to the anticipated volume for this high in-demand event, Karla, Rafael & Jhosbell might not be able to answer each question. Thus, remember that you can continue the conversation directly in the Other Wireless - Mobility Subjects community.
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