It is quite obvious that you work for Meraki, but as yet you have not provided any evidence other than to slate the competition... Something you say they do, but without any substantiation. I suggest you practice what you preach and stick to providing evidence as to how Meraki is a better system than the others.Quote:
The cost of the license from Meraki can be expensive if you are looking to deploy to a single site but I have heard they are up for a deal if this is the case.
Also, 'feature rich' is in the eye of the beholder. Many features provided on managed wireless systems are extraneous to a school's needs.
Finally, why on Earth would any organisation wish to put core infrastructure in the cloud? Boggles the mind.