How Meraki Helped Wire Up Our Green:Net Conference

11 thoughts on “How Meraki Helped Wire Up Our Green:Net Conference”

  1. Merakai is cool, but I don’t see why it’s so hard to provide wireless internet. This is something that even the least knowledgeable person can get going in their household, right?

    1. You would think it would be easy to get reliable WiFi but at most conferences, the biggest complaint is “the WiFi isn’t working.” As you roamed the halls at Green:Net you could hear attendees being surprised that the WiFi actually worked consistently all day.

    2. Meraki really is easy to get going and you need hardly any knowledge if doing it at home. As long as you have an internet connection it is pretty much plug and play. One point is that for an event like this the complexity is understanding where to put the units but as pointed out that is easy to tweak with something as simple as and iphone or itouch.

  2. You would think it would be easy to get reliable WiFi but at most conferences, the biggest complaint is “the WiFi isn’t working.” As you roamed the halls at Green:Net you could hear attendees being surprised that the WiFi actually worked consistently all day.
    BTW I love your blog!

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