Connections & Compliance: Retailer Finds Perfect Fit

A case study in network security “We have some people, including myself, who work remotely. No matter where we are, as long as we have our laptops, with the WatchGuard appliance we can VPN right in. It’s very easy for us all to connect securely and have access to the company. Plus, it’s more secure than using GoToMyPC. I’m comfortable with it because I can see who’s using it, allow some people, not allow others, and manage who has access to certain parts of the network.” Bob Mayer, President, Essential Apparel BACKGROUND Famous-name brands, huge selection, responsive service, and great…


IT consultancy provides affordable cloud-based disaster protection to SMB customers

“With Azure Site Recovery, we give customers the opportunity to extend their investments in Hyper-V and Azure and gain disaster protection for their workloads in another location.” Carl Mazzanti, Owner, eMazzanti Technologies In this latest case study from Microsoft, eMazzanti Technologies and their disaster recovery efforts using Microsoft Azure Site Recovery (ASR) is featured.  eMazzanti Technologies showcases how ASR is utilized in their customer environment to provide an affordable and reliable disaster recovery solution.  With several recent natural disasters such as Hurricane Irene and Sandy, business continuity and disaster recovery is a critical part of business operations.  By utilizing ASR,…


Public relations firm accelerates productivity with Windows 10 devices

Public relations firm accelerates productivity with Windows 10 devices “I love how Windows 10 lets me switch back and forth between the personal and professional aspects of my life. The fresh, modern design really ties the experience together.” Josslynne Lingard Welch, Vice President, Litzky Public Relations Despite its size, Litzky Public Relations does big work for big clients thanks to a seasoned staff, who know the importance of using technology to maximize productivity. With the help of Microsoft Partner eMazzanti Technologies, the firm adopted Windows 10 2-in-1s from HP. Not only did employees find the transition to Windows 10 easy…


Jarchem Goes All-in with eMazzanti to Build a Modern, Secure Chemical Business

With expert IT services from eMazzanti Technologies, Jarchem Industries, Inc. (Jarchem) optimized business processes and modernized IT systems by updating PCs and servers to the latest Microsoft technologies. Backup and business continuity solutions from eMazzanti make the business more secure and disaster-resistant, while anywhere access to files enable growth and increase productivity for executives and employees.

International Retailer Wows Customers with In-store Technology and Retail Solution from eMazzanti

Looking to expand US operations, British furniture maker Timothy Oulton engaged eMazzanti Technologies to develop a scalable technology solution to support their brand and drive revenues. eMazzanti rapidly deployed standardized infrastructure and security solutions, Windows 8 POS tablets, and Xerox managed print services, reducing the time to open a store to three weeks. eMazzanti’s impressive solution enabled Timothy Oulton to lower costs, boost efficiency, wow customers and achieve the flexibility and power needed to support planned exponential growth in 2014 while it helps employees succeed in a reliable and secure retail environment.

Windows Vista Accelerates Productivity in IT Consulting Business: eMazzanti Technologies

“We embraced Windows Vista from day one and worked through the potential problems customers might have before we rolled it out to them. We knew the solutions before our customers had the problems.” -Carl Mazzanti, Chief Executive Officer, eMazzanti Technologies eMazzanti Technologies is an IT consultancy that primarily serves the midsize business market in the Northeast U.S. As part of its persistent pursuit of new technology to enhance its own and its customers’ operations, it migrated to Windows Vista more than two years ago. As a result, eMazzanti has fine-tuned its use of Windows Vista to run its own company…