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Toy shops & markets & schools, oh my!

Meraki customers from around the United Kingdom are joining us live to talk about their Meraki networks.

You may be ready to hit the New Year running, but what about your network?

With the easy-to-use Cisco Meraki solution deployed, we’ve found that our customers are able to launch the new year with less stress and more time to work on other projects -including participating in live webinars with the Meraki team!

The coming weeks are packed with Meraki users who are excited to share their use cases, as well as their tips and tricks for managing networks of all shapes and sizes. We know that each type of organization has their own unique challenges, so we’ve put together a special webinar schedule that pulls from a variety of industries and provides you with a wholistic view of how the Meraki solution can benefit your organization.

These deep dive webinars will focus on the networking challenges in each industry, with topics including supporting high-density usage, managing thousands of devices, securing networks for different user groups, and much more.

Take a look at the schedule below and sign up for a webinar. We’ll even send you a free Meraki access point just for attending – if you haven’t received one already!

Jan 29

2pm GMT

Multi-Site Cloud Networking at Smyths Toys

70+ store deployment of cloud-managed switching and wireless in the UK & Ireland. Guest co-presenter: Seamus Hogan, Networks & Infrastructure Manager at Smyths Toys.

Feb 10

10am GMT

Connecting Camden Market with Cisco Meraki

Complete cloud-managed network supporting 100,000+ visitors each weekend. Guest co-presenter: Jac Timms, IT Manager at Camden Market.

Feb 11

2pm GMT

Cloud Networking at Duke of York Royal Military School

Meraki wireless deployment reliably supports high-density usage in education. Guest co-presenter: Jeremy Herbert, IT Manager at The Duke of York’s Royal Military School.

Feb 18

10am GMT

Cloud Managed WiFi at The National Gallery

802.11ac wireless APs provide connectivity to staff & 6 million annual visitors. Guest co-presenter: Stuart Ewins, IS Systems Manager at The National Gallery.