Insight Pro Gets Top Rating for Network Management Solutions

Many businesses today are structured to have regional offices, which oversee activities at numerous locations. These businesses include Managed Services Providers (MSPs), satellite and branch offices, retail, gas stations and fast food chains, healthcare and regional and local -government or education. Regardless of the type of business, these businesses all have common networking needs. They all want and need feature-rich reliable connectivity, good Wi-Fi performance and secure networking.

The Tolly Group, a third party testing service, has concluded through extensive testing of network management solutions that NETGEAR’s Insight Pro provides the best deployment architecture for small multi-location businesses.

“When NETGEAR introduced me to their comprehensive switch, wireless, VPN Firewall and also NAS management solution, which is able to be deployed, managed, monitored and supported from the cloud without the need for access keys or the high cost of other cloud deployed systems, my team knew it would transform how we manage and interact with our clients,” said Bill Albertson, president and CEO for Badger Communications. “It would not only open up new business for Badger Communications  but would also offer better IT uptime and coverage for those end customers we have deployed Insight Pro with, many of which, may have thought that this level of Cloud IT infrastructure was priced beyond their budget constraints and thus inaccessible.”

The testing has shown NETGEAR Insight Pro is the right solution for both end-business users as well as service providers. The report said the product offered an architecture designed for multi-customer, multi-location businesses; multi-role management and monitoring; simple and flexible setup and is a highly-functional cloud portal.

About the Author

Ralph C. Jensen is editor-in-chief of Security Today magazine.

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