Can Windows 7 Maintain Its Momentum?

At a time when most of the country is grappling with the winter blues, Microsoft (NSDQ:MSFT) is counting the proceeds from Windows 7 sales and basking in the glow of some long-awaited good news. But while consumers are gravitating to Windows 7 en masse, businesses haven’t yet shown an inclination to do the same. Even so, Windows 7 is on a major hot streak right now. In last week’s Q2 earnings, Microsoft said it has sold 60 million Windows 7 licenses since launching the operating system on Oct. 22, with healthy consumer demand driving a 35 percent year-on-year increase in…

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eMazzanti Technologies Customer — Andover Regional Schools — Counts on Smart Security Solutions in New Video Case Study

Video captures how eMazzanti security solutions protects children, delivers reliable access and saves money for northeast U.S. school district A new video describing how eMazzanti Technologies helped Andover Regional Schools solve network security, reliability and budget issues is now viewable at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=buB8a0eyoLQ. The video chronicles the lessons Andover learned about solving some of its most persistent computer problems. “In today’s schools, technology is the student’s pen and paper,” said Bernard T. Baggs, superintendent, Andover Regional School District. “Safe, reliable network and Internet access is critical to the skills that we’re trying to develop.” Protecting Kids and Running a Business eMazzanti…

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Congratulations to MCC Members!

MCC congratulates MCC Silver Partner Microsoft, MCC Corporate Member Kimpton Hotels, MCC Corporate Member Friedman, MCC Corporate Member Anchin, Block & Anchin, MCC Corporate Member Eisner and MCC Member Skanska for making the Crain’s list of Best Places to Work in NYC! (December 7) Blane Charles, who opened the design and wellness consultancy Beau-T by Blane, was quoted in the October 12th edition of USA today in the article, “Your office: At home, in a tent, or something more formal.” Blane was quoted about the increased use of social media for entrepreneurs. MCC member Stefan Doering of BEST Coaches, Inc. was quoted in the article “NYC incubator…

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Windows 7 Makes Old XP PCs Feel New Again

  Upgrading to the resource hog that was Windows Vista meant that home and business users alike also required a hardware upgrade. The fact that Vista required quite expensive new hardware in order to run at a level of performance equivalent to Windows XP’s turned customers away from the new platform, and kept the share of the product on the operating system market under 20%, according to Net Applications. However, the same is not valid for Windows 7. Much to the contrary, Windows 7 is perfectly capable of running on older machines, with less the hardware resources required by Vista….

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Windows 7 Makes Old XP PCs Feel New Again

Windows 7 Makes Old XP PCs Feel New Again – Says Microsoft – Softpedia Upgrading to the resource hog that was Windows Vista meant that home and business users alike also required a hardware upgrade. The fact that Vista required quite expensive new hardware in order to run at a level of performance equivalent to Windows XP’s turned customers away from the new platform, and kept the share of the product on the operating system market under 20%, according to Net Applications. However, the same is not valid for Windows 7. Much to the contrary, Windows 7 is perfectly capable…

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Creative Suite 2

  Still that’s creative suite 2 thinking: ideally the deal should be offered until Windows 8 starts hitting retail shelves. The Windows 7 Family Pack offer is an excellent deal as households tend to have multiple Windows PCs. For this reason alone it should be a permanent deal. A month and a half past the Windows 7 launch we caught windows 7 torrent download with one of our Windows 7 partners Carl Mazzanti CEO for eMazzanti Technologies to hear how small and midsize businesses are benefitting from Windows 7. For creative suite 2 information on how small and midsize businesses are…

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IT Consultancy Discusses Windows 7 Professional for Small and Midsize Businesses

  A month and a half past the Windows 7 launch we caught up with one of our Windows 7 partners, Carl Mazzanti, CEO for eMazzanti Technologies, to hear how small and midsize businesses are benefitting from Windows 7. For more information on how small and midsize businesses are deploying Windows 7, check out this PressPass story and if you’re a small or midsize business you can check out our Windows 7 Business Site</em rel=”nofollow”> for detailed information.   Sandrine Skinner: Tell me about eMazzanti Technologies. Carl Mazzanti: We work with small and midsize businesses (about 90 percent of our customer…

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IT Consultancy Discusses Windows 7 Professional for Small and Midsize Businesses

A month and a half past the Windows 7 launch we caught up with one of our Windows 7 partners, Carl Mazzanti, CEO for eMazzanti Technologies, to hear how small and midsize businesses are benefitting from Windows 7. For more information on how small and midsize businesses are deploying Windows 7, check out this PressPass story and if you’re a small or midsize business you can check out our Windows 7 Business Site for detailed information. Sandrine Skinner: Tell me about eMazzanti Technologies. Carl Mazzanti: We work with small and midsize businesses (about 90 percent of our customer base has…

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Small and Midsize Firms Speed Operations With Windows 7 Professional

GameWear Inc. is one of many small and midsize businesses already realizing cost savings and productivity improvements with Windows 7. REDMOND, Wash. — Dec. 18, 2009 — Walk into Frank Cerullo’s office, a stone’s throw from the Hudson River in Hoboken, N.J., and you might think you’ve encountered the ultimate sports fanatic. Logos of every major league team adorn the walls of GameWear Inc., Cerullo’s booming business. The company sells team-branded bracelets, necklaces, key chains, and MP3-player, cell-phone and smartphone cases that are made from the same leathers and stitching used to make baseballs, basketballs and footballs. But, like a…

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Small and Midsize Firms Speed Operations With Windows 7 Professional | Microsoft Corporation

REDMOND, Wash. — Dec. 18, 2009 — Walk into Frank Cerullo’s office, a stone’s throw from the Hudson River in Hoboken, N.J., and you might think you’ve encountered the ultimate sports fanatic. Logos of every major league team adorn the walls of GameWear Inc., Cerullo’s booming business. The company sells team-branded bracelets, necklaces, key chains, and MP3-player, cell-phone and smartphone cases that are made from the same leathers and stitching used to make baseballs, basketballs and footballs. But, like a lot of burgeoning businesses, GameWear has experienced its share of growing pains, including some of the IT variety. For example, the…

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