eMazzanti Technologies lands a spot on Inc Magazine’s INC 5005000 List
Are You Ready to BYOD?
BYOD – What is it?
5 Career Survival Tips
Where in the World is
WPC Digital 2012 – MPN Live
Staying Safe and Mobile
Is a Remote Workforce the Right Solution For You?
Staying Safe and Mobile: 8 Reasons
to Buy a Server by Christopher Elliott
used with permission from the Microsoft Small Business Center
Worried about hackers, viruses and malware? Are you concerned that your employees can’t access their data when they’re on the road?
These are common concerns among small-business owners. The average annual loss reported by United States companies more than doubled in 2007, to $350,424 from $168,000 the previous year, according to the CSI Computer Crime and Security Survey. That ended a five-year run of lower reported losses. Average losses dropped somewhat in 2008 but remained alarmingly high, at $289,000 per respondent.
And a recent survey of 400 small-business owners by Hewlett-Packard found that small businesses place mobility high on their priority list, because nearly one-third of their time is spent outside the office.
Why You Need to Go
Beyond the Basics used with the permission
Just how quickly are enterprises adopting mobile applications?
Very, very quickly.
According to one recent survey, as many as 71% of organizations are using or planning to use custom mobile applications.
“We have reached a tipping point in the business use of mobile devices,” concludes Symantec’s 2012 State of Mobility Survey. “Most organizations are making line-of-business applications available [to mobile devices].”
eMazzanti Technologies, IT support consultant in Hoboken, NJ and NYC areas, lands a spot on Inc. Magazine’s INC 5005000 List for a third straight year
Hoboken, NJ and New York City, NY (PRWEB)August 21, 2012 – eMazzanti Technologies not only makes INC Magazine’s 500||5000 list for the third year in a row, it captures the 336th IT industry ranking as well. eMazzanti’s annual growth remains very healthy as the firm continues to experience double digit growth since it began in 2001.“We have been fortunate to maintain a high level of growth, even during difficult economic times,” said Jennifer Mazzanti, president, eMazzanti Technologies, “Obviously, you don’t do that unless you keep customers happy, which is something we are passionate about.”Rarefied Company
Hoboken, New Jersey — (Vocus Public Relations) August 21, 2012 – eMazzanti Technologies not only makes INC Magazine’s 500||5000 list for the third year in a row, it captures the 336th IT industry ranking as well. eMazzanti’s annual growth remains very healthy the firm continues to experience double digit growth since it opened in 2001.
“We have been fortunate to maintain a high level of growth, even during difficult economic times,” said Jennifer Mazzanti, president, eMazzanti Technologies, “Obviously, you don’t do that unless you keep customers happy, which is something we are passionate about.”
Are You Ready to BYOD? reprinted with permission from the HP Technology at Work
As business becomes more mobile, tablets and smartphones are taking an active role in the technology shift. BYOD (bring your own device), where employees use their personal devices to complete work tasks, is becoming common practice-sometimes sanctioned and sometimes under-the-radar. It’s inevitable that people will want to consolidate devices and make work as easy as possible, but can a tablet or smartphone really be used as your primary computing tool?
BYOD: right or risky?
For workers who need to be on-the-go, smartphones and tablets can truly increase your overall efficiency.
An acronym that’s been popping up in businesses recently, BYOD stands for Bring Your Own Device. It’s becoming a hot topic of late because more and more businesses are allowing employees to bring in their own smartphones, notebooks, tablets, etc. This trend can be attributed to the development of cloud technology and smartphones, specifically the iPhone, due to their ability to view and share documents anywhere.Benefits of BYOD
The most obvious benefit of adopting BYOD practices is the money saved. Since employees bring their own devices into the office, the cost of that hardware is not your burden, thus saving you money.
5 Career Survival Tips for the “Wherever” Worker used with permission from the Microsoft Business Site
Today’s office worker isn’t always found in the office. Even if you’re not in sales, you may do a significant amount of work at a customer site, from conference hotels, or at home. Studies have shown that this kind of work flexibility leads to a more satisfying work life, a more fulfilling career and (usually) a more productive employee. However, being away from your co-workers can have its drawbacks as the corporate jungle brings out the competitive beast in some people. Perhaps it’s human nature to assume that an employee who isn’t in the office isn’t actually working, or to use it as an opportunity to get a leg up on a team member. But even if your physical office seems blessedly free of corporate politics, don’t let “out of sight, out of mind” be the epitaph on the headstone of your career.
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