Case Studies

Law Firm Wins More Uptime and Security with Windows Vista

Law firm Dewey Pegno & Kramarsky services a growing number of high-end clients in New York City. This growth put a strain on computer and network resources. The result was increased downtime and lost efficiency. Remote workers similarly had no way to connect to the main office resources. eMazzanti Technologies created a solution with Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 that dramatically increased productivity while hardening the firm’s network security.

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Windows Vista and eMazzanti Technologies Help Architects Be More Efficient and “Green”

Campion A. Platt, Architect PC is an architecture and interior design firm specializing in custom residential and commercial design for high-profile clients. Its use of Windows Vista significantly improved productivity for a team of 35 architects, designers and support personnel. Several features in Windows Vista — Remote Desktop Connection, Instant Search and Shadow Copy — saved time and improved customer service while supporting the company’s “green” philosophy.

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Award-Winning Design Firm Creates Easier, Safer Work Environment with Windows Vista

Rockwell Group creates award-winning architecture and design for high-profile clients in the hospitality and entertainment segments. With direction from Microsoft Corp. industry partner eMazzanti Technologies, Rockwell Group began deploying Windows Vista Business in January 2008. The Windows Vista features of Instant Search and Shadow Copy improved productivity, enhancing the security of graphics files and making them easier to retrieve.

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Abrasive Subsidiary Smoothes-Out Operation With Windows Vista

Indasa USA is a subsidiary of Indasa SA, which manufacturers a broad line of coated abrasives for the automotive, industrial and marina markets. Indasa USA needed a compatible and reliable computing environment in which to streamline operations, document handling and communications between itself, headquarters and customers. The company turned to eMazzanti Technologies, Windows Vista and Microsoft Office Professional 2007 for a solution.

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