eMazzanti and ADP Deliver Powerful Solutions to HR Challenges

Continuing a long tradition of developing business relationships to deliver enhanced capabilities to clients, eMazzanti and ADP have teamed up. With this arrangement, eMazzanti clients gain access to exclusive ADP resources to address growing HR and technology integration challenges. In today’s ever-changing business climate, organizations face the demands of a hybrid workforce and increasingly complex regulations. These challenges require powerful and flexible solutions. eMazzanti and ADP deliver the experience, vision, and technology to solve business problems while supporting innovation and growth. Scalable Solutions to Meet Now and Future Business Needs Like eMazzanti, ADP provides options for businesses of all sizes….

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Jennifer Mazzanti Recognized as a Power 60 Solution Provider Among CRN’s 2021 Women of the Channel

Hoboken IT business co-founder and CEO honored by technology solution provider media company with Women of the Channel Award for innovative multi-language hiring program  Hoboken, New Jersey – (Cision) eMazzanti Technologies, a NYC area technology consultant and MSP today announced that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Jennifer Mazzanti, CEO, to its 2021 Power 60 Solution Providers list, an elite subgroup of honorees chosen from the highly regarded Women of the Channel list. The women honored on this year’s list pushed forward with comprehensive business plans, marketing initiatives and other innovative ideas to support their partners and…

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Contactless Biometric Credit Cards Combine Next Gen Security with Ease of Use

Worldwide, consumers use over 7 billion credit cards, nearly one card for every infant, child, and adult on the planet. Credit cards have revolutionized how we pay for goods and services. However, they have also proven attractive targets for fraudsters. To retain ease of use while increasing security, the payment industry has recently introduced biometric credit cards. Consumers Embrace Contactless Payments Along with accelerating digital transformation, 2020 highlighted the importance of contactless payment options. Restaurants encourage patrons to look at menus and even order through mobile apps. Stores increasingly refuse to accept cash payments. And consumers hesitate to hand over…

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Where Legal Cyber Security Falls Short

Law firms face several serious cyber security threats. In the headlines we read about large firms attacked by ransomware and other types of threats. But firms of all sizes find themselves under attack. As cyber-criminals step up their game to attack more firms, where legal cyber security can be improved,it should be considered. Primary Law Firm Cyber-Threats The types of cyber-threats faced by law firms fall into several categories and increase almost daily. However, legal cyber security experts focus on the following as the primary threats. Phishing and Email Attacks Like everyone else, lawyers use email daily to communicate with…

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Why Schools Need to Extend Quarantine to the Virtual Classroom

As an educator, you might be interested to know that Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines quarantine as,“a restraint upon the activities or communication of persons or the transport of goods designed to prevent the spread of disease.” As a person living in the year 2020, you know it in practice all too well. Since COVID-19 caught the world off-guard, we’ve been sheltering in place, only interacting with a few trusted members of our social circle in-person and holding everything from work meetings to weddings online. Your school has fully embraced the new normal. You’re implementing policies that will bring all of the…

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How to Protect Your Office 365 Data

The Microsoft Office 365 productivity apps make perfect sense in today’s work-from-home world. Easy access to documents from any device and any location plus improved collaboration are now a necessity. But what should you do to protect your Office 365 Data? Some folks believe that migrating to Office 365 eliminates the need for backup. This might be because Office 365 offers some protections against data loss. Others believe that because data resides in the cloud, it gets backed up automatically. And some believe that Microsoft OneDrive file sync provides a replacement for backup. These misconceptions don’t hold up as we…

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Get help dealing with 2020’s weather emergencies

used with permission from FTC.gov by Colleen Tressler So far, this year has seen devastating wildfires, earthquakes, tornadoes and flooding, crippling snow and ice storms. These kinds of severe weather and natural disasters can occur anywhere — sometimes with little warning. It’s one thing to prepare your family, pets, and property for these events. It’s another to protect your personal information and finances from scammers who use weather emergencies to cheat people. The FTC’s site, Dealing with Weather Emergencies, has practical tips to help you prepare for, deal with, and recover from a weather emergency. Like all the FTC’s materials,…

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Upgrade from Windows 7 to Remain Secure

It’s still coming whether we like it or not: Windows 7 End of Life. If your organization is still running Windows 7, what can you expect? Is this truly the end of Windows 7, and should you upgrade? The answer, realistically, is yes. It’s a smart move to upgrade now, for security and stability. Mainstream support for Windows 7 ended in 2015. Extended support ends on January 14, 2020. Windows 7 is now end-of-life. It will not be supported, nor will it receive regular patches and security updates. What’s the risk of not upgrading? Failing to upgrade to supported software, like Windows…

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Is Your Personal Data Leaking from Your “Digital Exhaust”?

used with permission from Norton by Symantec by Stan Kiefer It’s easy to take for granted how convenient technology has become. As we switch between devices, our calendars, emails, notes, photos and other information follow us — always keeping us up-to-date. Your messages follow you from your personal phone to your work computer and then back at the end of the day. However, there can be a downside to all this convenience. The very reason your devices can do such things may put your personal data at risk in ways you may not realize. Your Digital Exhaust As you travel…

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10 PCI Compliance Best Practices to Protect Your Business and Customers

In 2014, Home Depot suffered a data breach of historic proportions. Hackers gained access to the retailer’s payment systems, compromising credit card information for 56 million customers. That breach cost Home Depot $179 million. While no organization can claim immunity from cyber-attacks, following PCI compliance best practices can mitigate the extent of the damage. All organizations that process credit cards must adhere to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) or face stiff fines. More importantly, PCI compliance represents a starting point for effective cyber security. Following best practices not only keeps you compliant but protects both your…

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