eMazzanti Notes Year-End IT Tax Deduction for Businesses
How to Select an Outsourced IT Provider
Advantages of Managed IT
Bringing Cloud Computing Down to Earth
Where in the World is eMazzanti?
Windows 8 – Work Hard, Play Hard
Thinking About Internal IT?
Get More Hours in Your Day
What is HaaS?
Why You Need an MSP
Thinking About Hiring Your Own Internal IT Staff – Think Again! Outsourcing your IT brings additional business value by Stuart Crawford,
Businesses today wrestle and grapple with the thought of hiring their own technology support staff to support their daily need for IT support without fully understanding the risks and the costs associated with having their own team of technology professionals. Read More
How to Get More Hours in Your Day: A Managed IT Service used with permission from the Cisco Small Business Resource Center
How many staff hours would your business reclaim by outsourcing network maintenance and support?
A managed service provider (MSP) can handle it for you around the clock–remotely monitoring your network, proactively averting problems, updating and patching systems, and responding to tech support calls. And it would probably save you money too.
Hardware as a Service, also known as HaaS, allows you to convert a large capital expense into a manageable operating expense by leasing you the hardware that you need. The hardware is placed at your site and a service provider remotely monitors your hardware and software. This gives you many of the benefits of an on-site system without the need to fund and maintain an IT staff.
Information technology (IT) systems are expected to meet high standards of operation, while offering 24/7 availability, security, and performance. In today’s environment, you have to keep pace with the constant changes in IT, performance demands, and pressure to deliver competitive IT functionality. To meet these challenges, many organizations consider outsourcing their IT activities to be an attractive option. Read More
eMazzanti Notes Year-End IT Tax Deduction for Businesses
Hoboken, New Jersey -December 11, 2012 – Many companies are looking to spend unused budgets for new computer-related projects in 2012. U.S. business customers can get a benefit on their 2012 Tax return when they purchase computer hardware and software before Dec 31, 2012. Under Section 179, Tax Deductions limits for 2012 are $139,000 on equipment purchases of up to $560,000. eMazzanti Technologies, an IT expert and computer consultant serving the Hoboken, NJ and New York City areas, can help interested businesses.
“Many businesses may not know about this IT related tax deduction, so we’re trying to get the word out,” noted Jennifer Mazzanti, president, eMazzanti Technologies. “This is a great way to jump-start 2013 projects right now.”
Section 179 of the IRS Tax Code allows a business to deduct, for the current tax year, the full purchase price of financed or leased equipment and off-the-shelf software that qualifies for the deduction.
How to select an outsourced IT provider By Carl Mazzanti, CEO, eMazzanti Technologies
1. Are you happy with the IT support you’re now receiving?
Though this question is very simple, it’s also enormously helpful to ask yourself at the beginning of a search for an IT resource. It’s an interesting question to ask if you’re faced with an internal IT department or team where a “build or buy” decision is looming. If you have a great IT resource that’s meeting all of your needs, don’t fix what’s not broke. However, if you’re the slightest bit unhappy or concerned about how IT is getting handled inside your company, below are a few more questions that might be helpful in finding the perfect IT partner.
Many small to mid-sized organizations are turning to Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to help alleviate some of the strain on their internal IT resources, or take over the management of their network all together.There are quite a few benefits to partnering with an MSP, from improved reliability to a better understanding of assets, which are all valuable in their own right. These are a few that top the list for most organizations considering some form of Managed IT Services. . .So, first of all, what is ‘Managed IT Services’?Read More
Bringing Cloud Computing Down To Earth
by Susan Twombly
What is the cloud all about? Does it offer different kinds of technology-based services? Is it different than enterprise computing? Is it the next big thing?
The answer to all those questions is a resounding “yes!” The cloud brings together all these things and more to create new services to solve business problems unsolved by traditional approaches.
The cloud provides a rich, new source for bringing technology-enabled services to the business. Massively scalable services no longer need to be delivered by internal or outsourced data centers. Instead, they can be delivered by cloud service providers via their vast computing resources.
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