Facing the New Realities of the Remote Workforce Using Cisco Meraki

Netsync Enterprise Networking/Mobility Practice Manager Robert Eubanks talks with Netsync Solutions Architects Chris Kemsley and Kinton Connelly about the many challenges of delivering remote workers an in-office experience without the costs and complexities of the traditional network architecture. They discuss a variety of questions and challenges businesses are now facing due to the rise in the remote workforce and how Cisco Meraki is providing the answers, such as simple zero-touch provisioning that removes the need to pre-configure equipment prior to shipping it to the end user. They discuss other Cisco Meraki solutions, including their Access Point options and its MX Firewall Series security appliances, which provide additional WAN ports for failover, a built-in cellular LTE modem, and Power over Ethernet (PoE) ports.

Facing the New Realities of the Remote Workforce Using Cisco Meraki

Chris Kemsley | Solutions Architect

Chris Kemsley, Netsync Solutions Architect, is a 20-year veteran of the IT industry, having worked for and provided his engineering expertise to some of the industry’s leading OEMs, including Cisco Meraki, Aruba Networks, and Silicon Laboratories.

Facing the New Realities of the Remote Workforce Using Cisco Meraki

Kinton Connelly | Solutions Architect

Netsync Solutions Architect Kinton Connelly is a Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) with 25 years of progressive technical experience in the networking industry. Kinton has extensive experience highlighting and resolving issues in an array of diverse, technical environments.

Facing the New Realities of the Remote Workforce Using Cisco Meraki

Robert Eubanks | Enterprise Networking/Mobility Practice Manager

Robert Eubanks, Netsync Enterprise Networking/Mobility Practice Manager, is a 15-year veteran of the IT industry and has held numerous sales and engineering positions while working with, and supporting, some of the world’s largest enterprise organizations.