B.A.D. – Bowling for Architects & Designers is the brainchild Sal Corino of BFI-NYC and Sean Noble of Furniture Rental Associates, who invited a few other furniture related businesses to join as co-sponsors and pulled together 14 teams for the inaugural season which ran from October 2001 until February 2002.This year eMazzanti Technologies, a computer networking firm based in Hoboken, joined and with it grew the league exponentially to 24 teams of architects & designers for 16 weeks of sport, fun & beer. B.A.D. Bowling, as it has come to be known, is an alternative to the same old, barhopping, happy
eMazzanti Technologies holds a sponsor day event for B.A.D. Bowling (Bowling for Architects and Designers) on January 12th 2004. In celebration of the day eMazzanti balloons were strewn across AMF Chelsea Piers, with technology giveaways and happy bowlers.
Date: Monday, 10.7.02, 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Location: AMF Chelsea Lanes Bowl Description: Celebrate the winter months knocking over a few pins with others in the industry. “B.A.D. (Bowling for Architects and Designers),” sponsored in part by eMazzanti Technologies, sets out to make socializing with the A&D community fun.
NEW YORK, NY – September 25, 2002 – Up until now the relationship between e-commerce and the real-world has been a strained one at best. Only a few years ago, eager dot com companies sold us on the image of a future where every purchase made would effortlessly take place online. However, practicality took over when consumers and businesses alike realized that they were sacrificing customer service for the lure of lower pricing. eCustomers faced sales representatives untrained in the application of the products offered, and were forced to make decisions beyond the scope of their knowledge. The launch of
NEW YORK, NY – June 26, 2002 – When it comes to network technology, the difference between the “haves” and “have-nots” is staggering. While improvements in information technology have afforded large companies huge gains in efficiency, smaller firms find themselves struggling to compete. This new technological “caste system” has impeded the potential growth of smaller companies who lack the resources to direct capital into network infrastructure. Enter eMazzanti Technologies, a consulting firm providing tailored network design and security services to growing businesses at a pace and cost that will allow them to flourish. With this week’s release of their redesigned
To add support to the reliability and professional configuration of customer’s networks today eMazzanti announced the general availability and use of the Powered by eMazzanti logo. With this logo customers can be assured that years of advancement and rigorous testing stands behind the site that displays the logo. emazzanti.net
eMazzanti Technologies, a computer technology consulting firm based out of the New York Metropolitan area, announces recruitment of Georgetown Alumni. As a Microsoft Certified Partner, eMazzanti services a wide array of clients with vertical solutions for such industries as the design and construction industry, non-profit organizations, financial and the medical community. The firm has grown on technologies derived from the Microsoft platform to service our clients’ needs, whether customized to industry specifications or implemented with “out of the box” functionality. eMazzanti Technologies, to date, has been fully funded by its operations and is currently looking for talented staff to add
WatchGuard Technologies selected eMazzanti Technologies to be its first Eastern Expert Level partner. Lori Dugdale, Director of Channel Programs at WatchGuard Technologies said, “partners [typically] qualify at the Professional level first and then upgrade to Expert, but with eMazzanti there was no need to wait.” eMazzanti with only a few months of business under its belt, has already excelled above all expectations not only to dominate the New York Metropolitan market but also with International activity. Today’s announcement is a testament to the level of security expertise that exists within eMazzanti and its commitment to securing the greater community from
Ready to Dive into Software as a Service? Reprinted with permission from the Microsoft Small Business 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. The upshot? Unico had trouble knowing how or where its
eMazzanti Technologies, IT expert for Hoboken, NJ and NYC areas, has been nominated for the prestigious SMB Nation Top 150 Awards
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7 Reasons Small Businesses Switch to Cloud Based Software used with permission from the Microsoft Small Business Center Small business owners often have big dreams. Whether that dream is to keep your business small or to grow it into a big business, you want your business to run as smoothly as possible – every step of the way. You might start your business as a sole proprietor with just a laptop and a few software programs. As your business grows and adds employees, you have to start thinking about security, backup, remote access, and coordination of effort. One of the
Conjure Up Some Virtual Magic used with permission from the Microsoft Small Business Center Do you remember wondering as a kid how a magician could put one scarf in a hat and then pull out ten? And wishing you could do the same, maybe with a candy bar instead of a scarf? Well, magic might seem in short supply these days, but thanks to virtualization, your childhood wish just might be possible. Okay, full disclosure: Virtualization won’t work on candy bars. But it can turn one server into many, and since servers cost a heck of a lot more than
Maximize Your Virtualization ROI reprinted with permission from HP Virtualization technology is a great way to increase business agility while reducing infrastructure costs. But it can also add another layer of management complexity, resulting in higher management costs and lower ROI. You need the right software tools to realize the full benefits of virtualization. Managing virtualization becomes even more critical as virtualization projects move out of the development/test environments and into production. That’s why it needs to be incorporated into your operation management framework. Rather than manage virtualization as its own silo, a better approach is to integrate virtual and