eMazzanti Technologies | Technology Newsletter | Hoboken, NJ – New York, NY | April 2012


Webinar: Top 5 Ways Web Applications are
Sabotaging Your Network

Microsoft Office 365: Move Your Business to
the Cloud

Windows InTune

Where in the World is

Ready to Dive Into SaaS?

eMazzanti Rocks!


Cloud Computing for SMBs

Benefits of an Office
365 Workspace

Going Hybrid

Microsoft Office 365:
Cloud Computingfor Small andMidsize Businessesreprinted with permission from the HP Small Business Center

no doubt heard a lot about cloud computing (or the cloud).
What you may not have learned is how this misty concept can
help with the real problems of operating your business,
especially in hard times.

In short, cloud
computing offers attractive options for small and midsize
businesses that need critical IT upgrades, but may lack the
cash for a large capital investment.

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The Benefitsof an Office365Workspaceused with permission from
Microsoft Small Business Website

be told, no one wants to work 365 days a year. However, we
do need our technology to be available around the clock
because you never know when that hot sales prospect will
want a product fact sheet or when you’ll need to coordinate
a last-minute cross-country meeting. In most workplace
instances, having integrated, always available communication
and collaboration solutions streamlines the way we work and
can be just the ticket to greater productivity and cost

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Going Hybrid:Best of
Both Worlds in Cloud Computing

used with permission by IBM ForwardView

With all the chatter about
accessing data and applications anytime, anywhere it’s little wonder
that cloud computing has generated so much interest. Indeed, the
proliferation of mobile devices, high–speed connections and
data–intensive applications have challenged many organizations to
continuously meet the demand for more computing power. And that’s
why operating “in the cloud” makes real business sense for midsized

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Microsoft Office 365:
A Fully-Loaded
Productivity Suite

Do you feel like you are
tied to your servers just to make sure email is up and running every
day? Are you able to keep up with demands from your users for larger
mailboxes and more storage? Are you ready to expand, but not ready
to pay for more servers? Do you have to turn away projects or make
sacrifices because IT can’t keep up with your business needs?

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Top 5 Ways Web Applications Are Sabotaging Your

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Reserve your Webinar seat now.

Top 5 Ways Web Applications Are
Sabotaging Your Network

Date: Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Time: 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM EDT

Like and Poke Your Network into Disaster: The
Dangers of Web 2.0 Applications

networks like Facebook and Twitter pose the biggest
threat to your network. But, as security
professionals, we often pay more attention to
interesting, flashy, and complex attack vectors –
such as high-end APT attacks targeting nuclear
facilities – than we do mundane, everyday attacks.
However, in the past, mundane attacks, like emails
with nasty attachments, accounted for the majority
of actual breaches. So what’s the mundane “malicious
email attachment” of 2011. Two words – Facebook

it’s clear that the web is the most dangerous place
on the Internet, and social networks are the front
lines of the web battle. While the security
community theorizes about the potential damage from
a global cyberwar, most businesses still don’t do a
good job of defending against basic social network
and web threats, largely because they lack the
necessary security controls.

this webinar, leading security experts from
eMazzanti and WatchGuard will describe why social
networks will pose the biggest threat to your
network for years to come. You’ll learn attributes
that make social networks like Facebook especially
dangerous; how attackers leverage Web 2.0
applications to infiltrate your networks, and how
real-world attackers target social networks today
with attacks ranging from cyberbullying to
drive-by-download delivery. More importantly, we
will suggest some practical network defenses and
controls that will give you back the reins to your

Microsoft Office 365:Move Your Business to the CloudUse with permission
from Microsoft.

life, in balance, from virtually anywhere.
Microsoft® Office 365 is cloud productivity designed for you. Keep
your life in balance from virtually anywhere, whether you’re one
professional or a small business.*Microsoft Office 365 is a set of web-enabled tools that combine
Microsoft Office productivity with the latest Microsoft
communication and collaboration technology. A month-to-month
subscription of Office 365 can help you get where you want to go
with your business, while keeping your life in balance.

  • Access
    professional, domain-based email.
  • Share calendars
    and contacts.
  • Chat via video,
    instant messaging, or audio calls.
  • Do it all with
    confidence and a financially backed, 99.9 percent uptime

Try Office 365 today.

Contact us today.

Windows InTune: Big
Tech Results. Small Tech Investment.

Business growth is a great
thing, but it can come with IT challenges. Our Windows Intune™
service offers you the benefits of enterprise-quality software and
IT management without the enterprise-level outlay.
the playing field with benefits such as these:

  • The ability to
    standardize all your PCs on the Windows® version of your choice.
  • Proactive
    monitoring of your IT systems, so potential problems don’t
    affect your business.
  • Remote IT
    assistance from virtually wherever you are.
  • Updates and new
    features delivered through the cloud, so you’re always using the
    latest software.
  • Rights to the
    latest version of Windows—including Windows 7 Enterprise, which
    offers an improved interface, advanced search capabilities, and
    BitLocker® Drive Encryption.

us today. We can’t wait to show you how Windows Intune can help you
get your IT systems on track.

Used with permission
from Microsoft.

Where in the
World is eMazzanti?

Ready to DiveInto Software asaService?
Reprinted with permission
from the
Microsoft SmallBusiness Center

Randy Niederer had a
problem. As director of marketing for Unico, a St. Louis-based
manufacturer of specialty heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning
equipment, he’d gathered leads, which were then sent to about 150
independent sales representatives. Unfortunately, the CRM software
he used for tracking the leads proved too inflexible to meet the
needs of the independent sales reps, who found the application
cumbersome and often experienced problems entering complete
information about their sales calls.



just wanted to let you know that I feel like a huge weight
has been lifted off my shoulders – usually after lunch I can
expect 50-70 emails waiting for me – today I had just 5!!!
It looks like the MXINSPECT system is starting to go to
work. . . AHHhhhhhhhhhh
Thanks again,-Gary GirouardGalileo Music Corporation

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Bryan Antepara: IT Specialist

Bryan Antepara is a leader in Cloud engagements with a demonstrated history of digital transformation of business processes with the user of Microsoft Technologies powered by the team of eMazzanti Technologies engineers.

Bryan has a strong experience working with Office 365 cloud solutions, Business Process, Internet Information Services (IIS), Microsoft Office Suite, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and Customer Service.

He has the ability to handle the complexity of moving data in and out of containers and cloud sessions, makes him the perfect candidate to help organizations large and small migrate to new and more efficient platforms.  Bryan is a graduate of the University of South Florida and is Microsoft Certification holder.



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