Linksys Cloud Manager – WiFi for business

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Linksys Cloud Manager is cloud managed WiFi made for business. It allows you to remotely manage multiple networks, access points, and clients, under one centralized and easy-to-use dashboard that can be accessed anytime, from anywhere. Simply view Cloud Manager via a computer, tablet, or mobile phone, for real time statistics on the health of your networks and with no annual licensing fee it’s truly affordable for any size business.*

The Linksys Business LAPAC1200C/LAPAC17500C & LAPAC2600C Cloud Wireless Access Points automatically connect to the cloud and can be configured remotely, online or offline. With zero-touch provisioning, users can also configure access points even before unboxing them, making installation quick and easy. With the ability to manage your networks remotely, you’ll save time and money on costly trainings and onsite visits. Linksys Cloud Manager is also ideal for IT solution providers who want to deliver managed networking services that can help expand their business. This multi-management level account feature offers the ability to set roles and provide key users access to specific networks.

*License included for 5 years at no additional cost, after which an option to purchase the license for an additional 5 years is available

Access Point Features come with distinguished features which enable –
High Quality Performance
• High power PA (power amplifier)
• Uses next generation WiFi technology (802.11ac)
• PoE compatibility

Security
• WPA/WPA2
• Client isolation
• Rogue AP detection
• Hidden SSIDs and Password Authentication

You can explore Cloud Capable Access Points LAPAC1200C AC1200 Dual-Band Cloud Wireless Access Point & LAPAC1750C AC17500 Dual-Band Cloud Wireless Access Point here https://www.linksys.com/ae/cloud-manager/

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