In the News: Top 20 Employee Discipline Tips from the Pros

Published on fitsmallbusiness.com By Anna Dizon on January 31, 2018 Featuring Jennifer Mazzanti, CEO, eMazzanti Technologies (#12) When employee behavior does not meet company standards or expectations, it directly affects profitability. There are a number of ways to maintain your employees’ focus and prevent counterproductive behavior, but not all measures work for all businesses. If you feel uncertain about what to do when facing behavioral issues with employees, then this article is for you. We asked experts to share their tips on how to handle employee discipline issues in the workplace and listed them for you below. Here are the…

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Small business lending: Is glass half-full or half-empty?

By JOYCE M. ROSENBERG Published May 03, 2017 Associated Press NEW YORK – Trying to size up the state of small business lending can prompt the question: Is the glass half-full or half-empty? Banks and government data point to a recovery in small business loans since the recession, with loan figures nearly back to their 2008 levels. But many company owners say while they’re more upbeat about the economy, they’re not planning to ask banks for financing. Some have enough on hand. That’s what nearly half of the companies queried said in a survey released in March by the Federal…

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eMazzanti in the News – ChannelProNetwork

channelpronetwork .com May 12, 2016    Three examples from the last year of the bold thinking that earned this year’s honorees a place on our 20/20 Visionaries list. By Rich Freeman The best measure of your success, Carl Mazzanti likes to say, is a customer opening up his or her wallet to give you another dollar. By that measure, eMazzanti Technologies, the full-service Hoboken, N.J.-based IT consultancy he serves as CEO, has been successful indeed, growing 129 percent in three years. With that success came East Coast clients that have West Coast branches. And soon, as people in those West…

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eMazzanti in the News – paymentssource.com

paymentssource.com May 10, 2016   PAYTHINK How to Combat the Post-EMV Chargeback Wave By Carl Mazzanti Six months after the credit card fraud liability shift, merchants who have not implemented chip card technology are complaining about a larger number of chargebacks than they expected. But there are steps that can stem the tide. The trends look daunting. One payment network reports an increase of 50% in chargebacks for card-present transactions among some 250,000 merchants. The reasons for the large increase are not clear. Some fear abuse of the chargeback system, but card companies say that the increase is normal and…

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eMazzanti in the News – CIO.com

CIO.com April 22, 2016 Why enterprise developers could save Windows 10 Mobile   By Bill Snyder, Columnist Windows 10 Mobile partisans argue that the trend could be reversed. Carl Mazzanti, CEO of eMazzanti, an IT services company in New York, says Windows phones are significantly cheaper than the popular iOS and Android devices, about $150 each, or roughly 25 percent of the cost of Apple or Samsung smartphones. “That’s a selling point for some of my clients,” he says.   View complete article.  

eMazzanti in the News – CRN

Arrow Was The Target: Criminals Impersonate Executive, Transfer Money To Outside Bank NEWS, ANALYSIS AND PERSPECTIVE FOR VARs AND TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATORS crn.com February 4, 2016 By Michael Novinson on February 4, 2016, 3:56 pm EST Criminals recently managed to impersonate an Arrow Electronics executive, prompting the unauthorized transfer of money from the distributor to outside bank accounts in Asia. The Centennial, Colo.-based distributor said the criminal fraud will cost the company $13 million in the first quarter of 2016, according to a report filed Thursday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Arrow determined Jan. 22 that it had been…

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eMazzanti in the News – Staples.com

Staples.com February 2, 2016 Storm Preparation & Recovery: How to Bounce Back When Weather Affects Your Small Business By Margot Carmichael Lester, Staples® Contributing Writer Access and Restore Data. Carl Mazzanti, CEO of eMazzanti Technologies in Hoboken, NJ, recommends backing up your entire system to an off-site location — something you should be doing regularly, but definitely when you know bad weather is on its way. A data recovery service can coordinate an orderly recovery of services. “[You] can run applications from the secondary site for as long as necessary, then return applications to the primary site when it’s operational.”…

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eMazzanti In the News

eMazzanti in the News CHANNELe2e January 22, 2016 New Jersey: eMazzanti Technologies, an IT service provider in Hoboken, N.J., alerted customers at 2:00 p.m. ET with a Winter Storm Warning email — sharing winter storm tips with its clientele. The dispatch included email and phone contact information, just in case eMazzanti customers have an urgent IT or business need during the storm. eMazzanti  winter storm warning email:    

Communicating the Data Security Risks of File Sharing & Cloud Storage

Data security and risks involved in file sharing and cloud storage have been a huge topic.  How can you best communicate your security practices? Is your information safe?  An interesting view from 34 security experts on how security is critical in today’s technical environment as published by Digital Guardian.  This blog posts features several security leaders discussing their viewpoint on data security including Carl Mazzanti.  Take a look at some excerpts or view the entire post and all the tips here. Written By: Nate Lord Published on: Wednesday July 22,2015 Source: https://digitalguardian.com/blog/communicating-data-security-risks-file-sharing-cloud-storage “We asked 34 data security experts how companies…

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Business Growing Pains: What We Can Learn from Them

Written By: Smart Business Funding Posted on: July 16, 2015 Source: http://www.smartbusinessfunder.com/business-growing-pains-what-we-can-learn-from-them/ All business owners know that running a successful company does not come without its fair share of struggles, frustrations, and failures. But learning from those seemingly negative or difficult experiences can actually help us to grow and succeed in ways we never thought possible, and in ways we never would have seen had we not fallen flat on our face. We asked successful business owners from across the country and beyond to share their insight regarding their growing pains and overcome challenges. “We learned the lesson to be…

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