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Bradford Networks' NAC Secures 1M Users

Bradford Networks' NAC secures 1M users during back-to-school rush

CONCORD, N.H. -- Bradford Networks, a leading provider of comprehensive network access control (NAC) solutions, announced today that its Campus Manager solution secured the fall move-in of more than 1 million students and faculty at campuses worldwide, double the number from the previous fall.

Fueling Bradford's impressive growth was more than 100 new customers deploying NAC for the first time plus growth at campuses that expanded their NAC solutions to include more students, faculty, and staff and secure new wireless deployments.

"We installed Campus Manager during summer break and were looking forward to a better experience than in years past," said David Wolford, Information Specialist, University of Alabama at Birmingham. "Campus Manager exceeded all expectations and everyone, from our help desk technicians to senior IT management, enjoyed the best move-in weekend we've ever had."

Bradford Networks

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