January 2007

January 2007
In this issue:

  MXINSPECT
  Choosing Vista
  Grow Your Business
  Where in the World
 Staff Profile
 Cover of CRN
 Events

 

 

 

{e}Mazzanti on Cover of CRN!

It’s Easier To Be Green | CRN
Jan 22, 2007

Whether or not you believe in global warming, get used to the color green.

Jennifer Shine, president of eMazzanti Technologies, Hoboken, N.J., already has. Growing public awareness around environmental issues is ready fuel for her sales and marketing pitches for things such as managed services, thin-client computing solutions and energy-efficient firewalls.

Read the entire article!


{e}Mazzanti Events

eMazzanti Technologies periodically hosts or sponsors events to educate our customers on how technology can impact their organization. These events as well as our seminars draw on average 20-40 different organizations. These events provide an opportunity for our customers to network with other firms, discuss openly their business concerns and learn about various means to overcome business obstacles through the use of technology.

Please click the link below for a list of upcoming events. Unless otherwise noted, all events require registration. If you see an event that interests you, be sure to register as soon as possible as space is available on a first come- first serve basis

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MXINSPECT Announces Hosted Prevention
Solution That Makes Internet Browsing Safe
December 26, 2006 — The web is filled with information profiteers of all types, and the business of information theft has never been so good. Malware applications litter the internet to phish for data, spy on your behavior, and relay information about your every move. As long as there is money to be made, this is a problem that is here to stay. For some business owners, the cost of that problem is just too high.Combating malware typically requires a heavy upfront investment in a software package. This is often circumvented by threats which have the capability of reinstalling themselves once removed by software. Beyond the cost to combat these threats, businesses bear the burden of hours of network downtime and loss of internet bandwidth.Continue…

PC security: 5 reasons for choosing
Windows Vista for your small business

Reprinted with permission from the Microsoft Small Business Center
By Christopher Elliott
Worried about computer viruses? Concerned about the safety of your company’s data?  You’re in good company. If you run a small business, you probably don’t just feel like a target. Your company probably is a target. Small businesses are frequent victims of cyberattacks, according to several recent studies. And a 2006 Yankee Group survey found that 40 percent of small business owners rank protecting their companies from outside security breaches as an important issue.“Big businesses have extensive IT departments with deep expertise to handle security,” says Ann Westerheim, president of Ekaru, a technology services company for small and medium-sized business. “Small businesses just don’t have these resources – and they’re vulnerable.” Interestingly, the same Yankee Group study found that half of all small business owners delayed a technology upgrade because of costs. But what if you could address many small business security concerns by upgrading your operating system? By deploying Windows Vista, your small business could effectively kill two birds with one proverbial stone: (1) realizing the performance benefits of a new operating system, and (2) addressing important cyber-security concerns.

Here are 5 ways that Windows Vista helps your small business run safer.


Opportunities for growth may elude your competitors, but do you have the tools to react when they present themselves?eMazzanti Technologies Business Consulting Services provide intelligent analysis of your business, from daily processes to your competitive landscape, and recognize opportunities to use technology to:  maximize productivity, streamline operations, and drive revenue.To lean how, please visit www.emazzanti.net/howto or call 201-360-4400.

How Did Google Get Its Name?It’s an odd word, google. And it’s taken up permanent residence in the lexicon as not only a product name for a search engine but also in verb form—to google. Why was Google chosen? According to the company’s web site, the term was originally coined by Milton Sirotta, a mathematician. It meant “1 followed by 100 zeros”—in other words, an extremely large number. The originators of Google saw the term as relevant to their mission, which was and remains “to organize the immense amount of information” that exists in the world.

Where in the World
is {e}Mazzanti?

Throughout the years, patrons of eMazzanti have sent us pictures of their travels while sporting eMazzanti gear. Can you guess where this eMazzanti fan is located? Be the first to guess right and be recognized.

To submit a photo of your own or guess this month’s location, email [email protected].  Should we use your picture or your guess be closet to the mark, you will receive a thank you package and be entered into our annual drawing.Doug Singer


Staff Profile

From:
Cleveland Ohio, USA

Languages:
English, German

Quick Fact:
DJs with brothers’ brothers

Music:
House, Garage, Techno

Hobby:
Downhill skier, Cat Wrangler

Joined:  2002

Extension:   4413

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