Final Video in “How to Make Money with Google” Series Summarizes Revenue Opportunity

Arnold explains that each time Google introduces a new product or application, that product produces a “shockwave” that spreads opportunity throughout multiple business sectors such as telecommunications, the enterprise software industry and publishing, among others. Louisville, KY December 13, 2009 — The final video of the six-video series called “How to Make Money with Google” premiered today at http://www.arnoldit.com/video. This video, released by Arnold Information Technology, http://www.arnoldit.com, builds upon the first five videos and summarizes how to grow your revenue with Google. “This final video makes clear that Google is more than a search vendor,” Stephen E. Arnold, president of Arnold Information…

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Partner News Podcast: 2009 IT channel year in review

In this edition of the Partner News Podcast, Barbara Darrow discusses hot channel topics of 2009, including Windows 7 opportunities and cloud computing, with Carl Mazzanti, CEO of eMazzanti Technologies. Mazzanti sees both the new Windows client operating system and the cloud as topics that will dominate in 2010 as well.

Partner News Podcast: 2009 IT channel year in review

In this edition of the Partner News Podcast, Barbara Darrow discusses hot channel topics of 2009, including Windows 7 opportunities and cloud computing, with Carl Mazzanti, CEO of eMazzanti Technologies. Mazzanti sees both the new Windows client operating system and the cloud as topics that will dominate in 2010 as well.

Microsoft’s Data as a Service offering, code-named Dallas, on tap

Microsoft’s latest cloud computing onslaught is a nascent “Data as a Service” offering launched this week at the Professional Developers Conference in Los Angeles. From his keynote perch, Microsoft chief software architect Ray Ozzie urged attendees to keep information in mind when they develop cloud computing apps. Microsoft’s proposed data service, code-named Dallas, aggregates reams of public data and will make it available by subscription so that it can be parsed, reconfigured and displayed as needed and incorporated in other applications. Microsoft watchers could be forgiven if they view this through Microsoft’s Google eyes. Google, a pioneer in cloud computing,…

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Microsoft’s Data as a Service Offering, Code-Named Dallas, On Tap

From his keynote perch, Microsoft chief software architect Ray Ozzie urged attendees to keep information in mind when they develop cloud computing apps. Microsoft’s proposed data service, code-named Dallas, aggregates reams of public data and will make it available by subscription so that it can be parsed, reconfigured and displayed as needed and incorporated in other applications.

eMazzanti Technologies Enhances Document Handling and Searches for Law Firm Using Windows 7

  Hoboken, N.J. (PRWEB) November 10, 2009 — Like most law firms, Flowers and O’Brien Law (FNO) is awash in documents. Looking for ways to better handle them in terms of searching, finding and analyzing, FNO turns to eMazzanti Technologies for its consultation. Though it’s not surprising it has an abundance of paperwork, it’s the form and increased quantity that is challenging law firms. Increasingly, the trend of documents is moving towards PDFs, Word documents, and web pages and away from traditional paper documents. The amount of cases and case complexity has combined to increase total volume of files, while…

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Return of FLP Funding Program Warmly Welcomed by FLP Partners

The availability of the FLP Market Development Funds was enthusiastically received by the community of FLP partners. Since last month’s announcement, more than 30 partners have already applied. The funds enable you to run sales and marketing campaigns, do events and more. With the vast array of new HP PC and server products available in conjunction with Microsoft® Windows® 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, you have plentiful of opportunities to put the funds into action. Read what your peers are saying: “Speaking for everyone at eMazzanti Technologies, the FLP funding process is by far the easiest to submit, received…

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Microsoft Azure’s new Eclipse tie-ins reassure partners

Microsoft’s latest move to bring non-Windows developers and VARs into the Azure fold is winning praise from Microsoft shops and even some Windows bashers as well.  This week the company said that two proxies — “open source” companies Tasktop Technologies and Soyatec — will work on various plug-ins and add-ons to bring users of the Eclipse integrated development environment (IDE) into the Azure fold.  The deliverables will be a Silverlight plug-in to let users of the popular Eclipse IDE build rich Internet applications with Microsoft’s Silverlight toolset and a software development kit (SDK) for Java developers wanting to target Azure….

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Microsoft Azure’s New Eclipse Tie-ins Reassure Partners

  Microsoft’s latest move to bring non-Windows developers and VARs into the Azure fold is winning praise from Microsoft shops and even some Windows bashers as well. This week the company said that two proxies — “open source” companies Tasktop Technologies and Soyatec — will work on various plug-ins and add-ons to bring users of the Eclipse integrated development environment (IDE) into the Azure fold. More Microsoft Azure resources Microsoft partners ponder Azure pricing complexities VARs eyeing cloud computing weigh Azure vs. Amazon Web Services   The deliverables will be a Silverlight plug-in to let users of the popular Eclipse IDE build rich…

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eMazzanti Technologies and Customers Take Center-Stage at NYC Microsoft Windows 7 Launch Event

Hoboken, NJ (PRWEB) October 27, 2009 — When Microsoft launches a new operating system, the world watches and takes note. eMazzanti Technologies and three of its premier small business customers – GameWear, Flowers & O’Brien, Dewey Pegno and Kramarsky – had the spotlight on them as well. They were honored with an exclusive invitation to participate in the international launch event for Windows 7 held in New York City, October 22. The event was hosted by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.