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EY Names Jennifer Mazzanti of eMazzanti Technologies Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2020 Award Finalist

EHoboken IT business co-founder and CEO honored by the world’s most prestigious business awards program for entrepreneurs in the New Jersey Region Hoboken, New Jersey – (Cision) September 25, 2020 – Ernst & Young LLP today announced that Jennifer Mazzanti of eMazzanti Technologies was named an Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2020 New Jersey Award finalist. Now in its 34th year, the prestigious program honors entrepreneurial business leaders whose ambitions deliver innovation, growth, and prosperity as they build and sustain successful businesses that transform our world. A panel of independent judges selected Jennifer Mazzanti as one of 30 finalists. Award winners

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Managed Services Partnership

5 Ways to Get More from Your Managed Services Partnership

As part of your strategy to tap into the benefits of technology and protect valuable data assets, you have engaged the services of a managed services provider (MSP). You did your research, choosing an experienced provider that offers the services you need. Now, consider the following tips to help you get the most out of your managed services partnership. 1. Define Expectations Up Front From the very beginning, take time to discuss your business needs with your MSP. Better yet, involve your provider in assessing your IT infrastructure. Are there certain processes that absolutely must stay in place? What IT

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How to Choose an MSP or vCTO to Take Your Business to the Next Level

Like thousands of organizations, you have decided to tap into the many benefits of managed services. But not all MSPs are created equal. You need to choose an MSP or vCTO (virtual Chief Technology Officer) that will complement your business and deliver on promises. Experience and Services to Match Your Business Requirements Before you choose an MSP/vCTO, take time to define the business problems you want to solve. For example, do you simply need a provider to take over the day-to-day IT functions for your organization? Do you need help migrating to the cloud or implementing new technology? Or do

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Zero Touch Deployment

Zero Touch Deployment: The Perfect System for Schools Facing COVID-19

Shaking hands upon introduction. Holding a menu at a restaurant. Many touches you regularly performed pre-COVID-19 now seem like an unnecessary risk. We can relate. We feel this way about traditional software deployment. In a traditional deployment, eMazzanti’s specialists work with members of the client organization to log into a device and configure all software, custom settings and security measures. We then test that all systems are go, often with the help of the end user, before moving onto the next device. While we are known for our efficiency and commitment to minimizing downtime, we recommend that clients seeking to

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Managed Services And Vcto

Leverage Managed Services and vCTO to Get More from Technology

2020 has disrupted business life in ways we could scarcely have guessed just one year ago. For example, remote work jumped years ahead in a matter of weeks, leaving organizations scrambling to keep up. Fortunately, key benefits of managed services and vCTO (virtual Chief Technology Officer) empower companies to rapidly adapt to such unexpected challenges. For instance, quickly moving processes to the cloud to accommodate remote work can severely tax traditional IT resources. Organizations that utilize managed services and/or vCTO, however, find themselves able to navigate a rapidly evolving landscape with relative ease. Managed Services and vCTO vs. Traditional IT

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Firewalls Prevent Computer Viruses

How do firewalls prevent computer viruses?

You’ve likely heard the word ‘firewall’ used to describe a measure of prevention against cyber criminals. But that doesn’t mean you know how a firewall actually works, does it? Don’t worry—the truth is that most people don’t how a firewall works; they just expect it to do its job. But it’s actually a lot simpler than you might think. Once you learn a little more about firewalls, you might feel more confident about installing one on your home computer, if you haven’t already. If you’re already using a firewall to prevent cyber attacks, perhaps learning more about how it works

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Password Security

Is password security awareness dead?

Is there ever a bad time to talk about password security awareness? With the discovery of GoldBrute and its penchant for forcing its way into some 1.5 million RDP servers, we think not. Are RDP servers not a concern for you? Perhaps the five million attempts to hack into an IP cam near you will pique your interest. Creating a strong password can protect you from more digital heartache than just about any other single security measure. This fact naturally leads to two important questions: What makes a password insecure? How can you use that knowledge to make a resilient password? What’s in a

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Anywhere Access

eMazzanti Delivers Secure Anywhere Access to University Computer Lab for Remote Students

What if Universities could leverage computer labs to give students remote anywhere access without the need to purchase new computers or run virtual machines in the cloud? University Going Virtual on a Budget A major Midwestern University plans to operate virtually in the fall. With COVID, administrators are looking at how to provide students with virtualized systems to achieve new normal productivity. They want to bring their labs online to provide students remote anywhere access to what used to be in person reserved systems. The goal is to broker connections to a farm of 300 MACs and up to 2,400

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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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Protect Your Office 365 Data

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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EY Names Jennifer Mazzanti of eMazzanti Technologies Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2020 Award Finalist

EHoboken IT business co-founder and CEO honored by the world’s most prestigious business awards program for entrepreneurs in the New Jersey Region Hoboken, New Jersey – (Cision) September 25, 2020 – Ernst & Young LLP today announced that Jennifer Mazzanti of eMazzanti Technologies was named an Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2020 New Jersey Award finalist. Now in its 34th year, the prestigious program honors entrepreneurial business leaders whose ambitions deliver innovation, growth, and prosperity as they build and sustain successful businesses that transform our world. A panel of independent judges selected Jennifer Mazzanti as one of 30 finalists. Award winners

5 Ways to Get More from Your Managed Services Partnership

As part of your strategy to tap into the benefits of technology and protect valuable data assets, you have engaged the services of a managed services provider (MSP). You did your research, choosing an experienced provider that offers the services you need. Now, consider the following tips to help you get the most out of your managed services partnership. 1. Define Expectations Up Front From the very beginning, take time to discuss your business needs with your MSP. Better yet, involve your provider in assessing your IT infrastructure. Are there certain processes that absolutely must stay in place? What IT

How to Choose an MSP or vCTO to Take Your Business to the Next Level

Like thousands of organizations, you have decided to tap into the many benefits of managed services. But not all MSPs are created equal. You need to choose an MSP or vCTO (virtual Chief Technology Officer) that will complement your business and deliver on promises. Experience and Services to Match Your Business Requirements Before you choose an MSP/vCTO, take time to define the business problems you want to solve. For example, do you simply need a provider to take over the day-to-day IT functions for your organization? Do you need help migrating to the cloud or implementing new technology? Or do

Zero Touch Deployment: The Perfect System for Schools Facing COVID-19

Shaking hands upon introduction. Holding a menu at a restaurant. Many touches you regularly performed pre-COVID-19 now seem like an unnecessary risk. We can relate. We feel this way about traditional software deployment. In a traditional deployment, eMazzanti’s specialists work with members of the client organization to log into a device and configure all software, custom settings and security measures. We then test that all systems are go, often with the help of the end user, before moving onto the next device. While we are known for our efficiency and commitment to minimizing downtime, we recommend that clients seeking to

Leverage Managed Services and vCTO to Get More from Technology

2020 has disrupted business life in ways we could scarcely have guessed just one year ago. For example, remote work jumped years ahead in a matter of weeks, leaving organizations scrambling to keep up. Fortunately, key benefits of managed services and vCTO (virtual Chief Technology Officer) empower companies to rapidly adapt to such unexpected challenges. For instance, quickly moving processes to the cloud to accommodate remote work can severely tax traditional IT resources. Organizations that utilize managed services and/or vCTO, however, find themselves able to navigate a rapidly evolving landscape with relative ease. Managed Services and vCTO vs. Traditional IT

How do firewalls prevent computer viruses?

You’ve likely heard the word ‘firewall’ used to describe a measure of prevention against cyber criminals. But that doesn’t mean you know how a firewall actually works, does it? Don’t worry—the truth is that most people don’t how a firewall works; they just expect it to do its job. But it’s actually a lot simpler than you might think. Once you learn a little more about firewalls, you might feel more confident about installing one on your home computer, if you haven’t already. If you’re already using a firewall to prevent cyber attacks, perhaps learning more about how it works