Manage complex wireless networks

Many schools today have heterogeneous wireless networks that require IT administrators to manage multiple systems from different  vendors, with multiple architectures and  management consoles.
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 Many schools today have heterogeneous wireless networks that require IT administrators to manage multiple systems from different vendors, with multiple architectures and management consoles. Motorola has announced two new managed services that will help IT organizations remove the complexities of managing multi-vendor wireless networks and devices.

These new offerings will assist schools and universities that have limited IT resources with a simplified approach to deliver always-on, remote monitoring and management of the wireless network while also ensuring maximum availability of devices like mobile computers. For more information, visit http://www.motorola.com/

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