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eMazzanti Technologies | Technology Newsletter | Hoboken, NJ – New York, NY | January 2012

■ Is your Conference Room Ready for Video? ■ The Weakest Link in Network Security ■ How Free Antivirus Software Can End Up Costing You ■ eMazzanti Gets Parents’ Approval ■ eMazzanti Rocks! ■ Opportunities ■ Is Your Infrastructure Leaking Money? ■ Watch What You Install On Your Server ■ Preserve and Protect Your Data Is Your Infrastructure Leaking Money?reprinted with permission from HP Whoever said “don’t sweat the small stuff” never managed an IT infrastructure—and certainly never during turbulent economic times.According to independent analyst Forrester Research, global IT purchases in 2008 will grow by only 6 percent, versus 12

Your Computer Network and Winter Storms: How to Avoid Data Disaster

Courtesy of Insurance News Net Winter storms are already making life miserable for travelers throughout the country and they have the potential to made life miserable for your business if your network goes down. A new article entitled: Winter storms and Your UPS from eMazzanti Technologies, an IT support and computer expert serving Hoboken, NJ and New York City areas, is available to read or download at: http://bit.ly/t8QdLk. eMazzanti specializes in business continuity and disaster recovery for small and mid-size businesses. Carl Mazzanti, CEO, explains the critical nature of integrating a UPS and surge protection into your computer network. “A

eMazzanti Offers Four Methods to Reduce Downtime Risk for SMBs

Blog post on SMB Nation A new article today from noted BDR company eMazzanti sheds light on security concerns and best practices to help SMBs keep their uptime high. The article, titled “When Times Are Tough, There’s No Room for Risk” highlights 4 ways SMBs can avoid potentially disastrous situations. Jennifer Mazzanti, President of eMazzanti offered an explanation for the latest surge in security concerns: “The bad news is that the financial impact of data loss and security breaches has been estimated to cost US businesses over $4.7 billion each year. The good news is that the impact can be