What do you like most about Meraki Dashboard?
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Everything is in a single pane and you can look at your network in one centralized place.
Some of the features I have found valuable are the ease of access, simple configuration, and monitoring.
The dashboard itself is very simplified and easy to navigate.
It is very easy to manage. It has good security, and it is working well with our firewall.
The most valuable feature is its simplicity in navigating through the dashboard. It's well set out, and the layout is nice and user friendly.
A lot of clients enjoy seeing layer 7 visibility. They get a good indication and insight into what is happening in their network and what applications are being used the most. They can then customize and give preference to business-critical applications.
The most valuable feature is ease of use.
The ease-of-use and the analytics are really effective tools.
Great visibility on the dashboard.
Meraki dashboard deserves an Oscar.
An excellent dashboard that is currently unique in covering both SD-WAN and SD-LAN with built-in security.
We've been spending a lot less time on tickets and deployments, so we have more time to do other things.
It can analyze the traffic that it is picking up from what may be a rogue access point, and it is able to identify those and send relevant notifications.
The ability of the product to perform with simplicity of deployment make it a valuable solution.
The most valuable feature is the single pane of glass that gives you multisite visibility.
You don't have to be a network engineer to use it.
The feature I find most valuable is the single pane of glass where you can configure a monitor view, all from one dashboard. For example, on the wireless side, you can configure it under the configuration panel, and then view statistics like location analytics, user analytics, etc.
There is no need to swap the hardware at all the locations, and importing the APs into the Dashboard was a simple and quick process.
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