eMazzanti Technologies | Technology Newsletter | Hoboken, NJ – New York, NY | May 2013

Move it (don’t lose it)
used with permission from HP Technology at Work We’ve become so dependent on computers for work and play that our hard drives have turned into a central hub for all of our documents, photos, music and more. If the thought of transferring that data to a new computer or hard drive scares you, fear not—because the process really isn’t as difficult as it sounds.Transferring large amounts of data with yesterday’s technology meant burning everything to CDs, DVDs, or worse, floppy discs. This not only required a lot of time, but a lot of media needed to save the information. Fortunately, today’s technology makes it easier than ever.

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Risky business
reprinted with permission from the HP Technology at Work The vast variety of responsibilities, details and processes involved with running a business means that IT concerns sometimes fall by the wayside. But even if your technology seems to be running smoothly, it’s extremely important that you continuously work to keep it secure. After all, one serious attack or incident could put your vital data in the hands of criminals—and might mean the end for your business.Here are some suggestions on how to give your business a “security makeover” to ensure that your important information stays safe.

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Your business is BYOD. Now what?
used with permission from HP Technology at Work After serious consideration, you’ve allowed workers to BYOD (bring-your-own-device). They can now use their own laptops, notebooks, smartphones and tablets in the office and to conduct business after hours. Now it’s time to quickly swing into action and choose the right supporting technology and IT strategy for maximizing your productivity and network security.

The BYOD express is running at full speed

In a December 2012 survey, Gartner noted that 33 percent of businesses have BYOD policies relating to the use of personal mobile devices to access enterprise applications. That number is expected to balloon to 70 percent by the end of 2013 [1].

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Get smart about security
used with permission from HP Technology at Work Congratulations, you’ve taken every step to secure data on your networks and PCs against increasingly malicious worms, Trojans and viruses. But don’t rest easy. All infrastructure elements, including printers, servers, storage, Wi-Fi networks and cloud computing are just as susceptible to surprising security threats. Forget them and your sense of security is nothing but a dream.Whether they’re criminals looking to blackmail your business, technically savvy vandals getting their kicks, revenge-minded former employees or even competitors, hackers all have one thing in common: they want to disrupt your business operations for money, other gain—or simply for fun.

So, what can you do? Read on for some valuable tips to bolster your overall IT defense. Combined with regular and diligent employee training and education, these pointers can help you better spot and prevent disruptive security attacks.

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Why Security Updates Are Vital
used with permission from Norton by Symantec Perhaps it’s become a cliché, all this talk about the pace of technology, and change as a constant, and the need to stay ahead of the curve. But, clichés develop for a reason–usually because there’s truth in them. In the case of computer software, and particularly Internet security software, all the pace-of-technology talk is warranted.Historically, computer software was a static form of technology. You would buy a program, load it on your machine, and use the software “as is” until the next version came out. However, that model no longer fits. Today’s digital world is in constant flux, and in order to make the latest advances available immediately, software has become much more dynamic. Many programs can retrieve updates over the Internet and seamlessly incorporate the new technology into the original software. Of course, not all updates are vital. If we’re talking video games or word processing software, there’s nothing critical about updating your program between versions. However, if we’re talking security software, ignoring updates can have serious consequences.

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Where in the World is eMazzanti?

Move it (don’t lose it)
Risky Business
Your Business is BYOD
Get Smart About Security
Why Security Updates are Vital
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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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