Tanaza Adds More Devices for Managing Wi-Fi Access Points

September 01, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
MILAN, Italy, September 1, 2012 Tanaza is on a mission to make networking easy and affordable for the small business market. Leveraging two of the fastest growing trends in business, cloud-based technology and crowdsourcing, Tanaza announces the product upgrade of Tanaza 1.8. The upgrade supports more small/home offices (SOHO) devices ideal for hotels, schools, hospitals and small businesses.

"Managing Wi-Fi access points used to be time consuming and expensive but Tanaza is fixing that using cloud technologies," said Sebastiano Bertani, CEO of Tanaza, www.tanaza.com. Since the services is device independent, there is a wide range of choices that they can support. Bertani says, "Customers gave us feedback, through our social media and web channels, on which devices they need supported. So we found a way to add them to our supported devices."

Tanaza's reach feature set includes a growing list of SOHO access points in an easy to use web interface. The system knows the capabilities of each supported device and automatically manages compatibility settings. Additionally, Tanaza provides remote configuration management for wireless networks on SOHO gear.

Based on customer feedback, Tanaza 1.8 is supporting more SOHO devices. The upgrade list of supported devices in Tanaza Cloud 1.8 can be accessed on the company website: http://www.tanaza.com/supported-devices/ The company has a strategic investment in this segment, supporting organizations like hotels, schools, hospitals and small businesses that don't need an expensive Enterprise-class system and cannot afford one.

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About Tanaza
Tanaza is a high-tech startup that provides a centralized (cloud-based) service to manage WiFi Access Points. Their innovative approach eliminates the need for an expensive, dedicated hardware controller. The company aims to provide its customers (IT managers in Small Businesses and Systems Integrators) with enterprise level performance, at a fraction of the cost.