Boosting productivity for highly mobile area directors was a priority for Macaroni Grill when it set out to deploy Wi-Fi across its restaurants. But because credit cards are how people typically pay for a restaurant meal, Wi-Fi security was equally important to the nationwide restaurant chain.
Compliancy with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) requirements and other security capabilities, including rogue access point detection and mitigation, therefore were must-have features for Macaroni Grill’s future wireless network.
“I had previously worked for an Internet security company, so security was high on my list of important attributes in considering which Wi-Fi solution to go with,” said Drew Stafford, Macaroni Grill’s VP of Information Technology.
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