eMazzanti Partners with Awingu to Deliver Secure Anywhere Access to Unified Workspace

eMazzanti Technologies combines Azure cloud services, 24/7 support and unified workspace accessed from any device, OS or browser Hoboken, NJ ­- (Cision) July 12, 2018 – eMazzanti Technologies, A NYC area IT consultant and MSP, today announced a comprehensive solution to simplify enterprise mobility without disrupting the way companies currently run their IT. The solution is based on Microsoft Azure cloud technology and the browser-based unified workspace solution from Awingu. eMazzanti’s offering aggregates all company files and applications to one secure online workspace that can be accessed from any device, OS or browser. eMazzanti’s comprehensive IT security, managed services and…

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3 Reasons to Adopt Cloud Computing for Your Nonprofit

When you’re busy trying to change the world, it can be difficult to keep pace with how fast technology changes around you. But if there’s one buzzworthy term that deserves your nonprofit’s attention, it’s this one; Cloud computing, or Software as a Service (SaaS). Simply put, Cloud computing is the delivery of computing services over the internet (i.e., “The Cloud”)—and it can revolutionize how your nonprofit does its important work. Cloud computing solutions are so pervasive that you’re likely using some without even realizing it! Many popular services already use this technology, from Gmail to Dropbox and even Netflix. Properly…

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Dedicated Servers Persist as Business Adopts Hybrid Model

Study after study shows an unmistakable trend in how organizations store and retrieve essential business data. In 2017, the pace of cloud migration accelerated, with more businesses moving data off-site and off dedicated servers. Experts predict that trend will continue in 2018 and beyond. A recent Cisco study suggests that by 2021, cloud data centers will process 94 percent of workloads. A number of factors contribute to the increase in cloud computing and the decline of dedicated servers. Cloud technology has finally matured to a degree that overcomes traditional opposition to cloud migration. At the same time, on-premises data centers…

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3 Ways Microsoft Azure Provides True Modern Workplace Solution

Microsoft Azure: Modern Workplace Solution Word. PowerPoint. Excel. There’s no denying that Microsoft has made an indelible impact on business. In 2010, the technology titan expanded its product catalog to include Microsoft Azure—a cloud-based platform that supports the creation, deployment and management of websites, mobile services, and other applications. In the years since, Microsoft has refined Azure to seamlessly support the modern workplace and the company’s efforts are paying off. The number of subscribers recently doubled and sales show no signs of slowing down. Microsoft Azure’s popularity can be attributed to the three benefits outlined below. Focus on developing your…

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Moving Local Government Applications to the Cloud

Municipalities operate and maintain numerous computerized services such as building permits, taxes, school registration and zoning. Most are seeking reduced costs, improved access to data and enhanced opportunities for collaboration. To achieve those objectives, an increasing number are moving local government applications to the cloud. What is the Cloud? Simply put, the cloud is someone else’s computer equipment that is accessed via the Internet. Usage of the cloud often takes the form of a shared service, similar to how customers share a CPA, a car wash or a mobile provider’s network. Rather than buying all the computer hardware and software…

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Secure Cloud Computing: Trust but Verify

Move to the cloud or not? For many small to mid-size businesses, the choice seems clear. With promises of enhanced business continuity, reduced costs, and increased availability, the cloud can solve several business problems. However, the obvious potential benefits come with less obvious perils. When you decide on cloud computing trust but verify to minimize the risk. Yes, cloud computing can provide flexibility and fuel innovation. Yes, cloud computing can keep your business afloat and your data intact during a natural disaster. On the other hand, without adequate precautions, you may find that you have sacrificed security for availability. Warren…

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eMazzanti Technologies Acquires Forceworks Office 365 Portfolio

eMazzanti Technologies Acquires Forceworks Office 365 Portfolio Forceworks to focus on Dynamics 365 to enhance revenue growth opportunities for customers while NYC area IT consulting firm expands Office 365 customer base, adds staff Hoboken, New Jersey ­- (Cision) August 15, 2017 – eMazzanti Technologies, a New York City area retail IT consultant and managed services provider (MSP), announced today a significant portfolio acquisition from Forceworks, a Tampa, Florida, 2014 Microsoft Partner of the Year and Certified Cloud Deployment Partner specializing in Dynamics 365 and related applications. The acquisition of Forceworks’ Office 365 business expands eMazzanti’s customer base and service delivery…

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Common Cloud Computing Mistakes & How to Avoid Them

Common Cloud Computing Mistakes & How to Avoid Them The advent of cloud computing has changed the landscape and the possibilities of the business world. Instead of building and maintaining large in-house computer infrastructure, corporations can store and access everything they need online. But while cloud computing is cost-effective and boasts a number of benefits for both businesses and individuals, it isn’t without risk. Recognizing these risks is the first step to avoiding the potential hazards of cloud-based computing. Here are four of the most common cloud mistakes, and what you can do about them. Giving Too Much Access The…

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Choose the right workloads for early success in the cloud

You’ve heard this before, especially if you’re a chief information officer: deploying workloads and applications in a cloud infrastructure can help reduce costs, free up resources to drive innovation and streamline critical processes. But if you need to demonstrate value sooner rather than later, cloud deployment might not always be the best choice for every workload. One cloud does not fit all The benefits of cloud are more visible when the workload aligns with the standardization, virtualization, automation and support that cloud deployment provides. Often, these types of workloads require almost no customization and can make deployment to a cloud…

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How the Cloud Eliminates Your Top Three Data Security Risks

You are a business owner who has their doubts about the cloud’s data security. We get it. The thought of migrating all of your company’s mission critical data to a relatively new piece of intangible technology named after a weather phenomenon traditionally associated with doom and gloom is a scary concept. The reality is that you have nothing to fear. There are outside forces and internal practices threatening to bring doom and gloom to your business each day, from which the cloud can protect you. Continue reading to learn how cloud-powered data storage eliminates your three biggest security risks. The…

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