eMazzanti Technologies Receives CIANJ Companies That Care: Champions of Good Works Award

New Jersey MSP honored alongside several Companies That Care for its Blue Project effort to conserve ocean wildlife, raise awareness and provide technical resources to aid in marine research Hoboken, New Jersey — (Cision) May 9, 2019 – eMazzanti Technologies, a NYC area managed services provider (MSP), IT consultant, and cloud services company, is proud to announce that The Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey (CIANJ) has named eMazzanti Technologies as a 2019 Companies That Care: Champions of Good Works Award recipient. In its seventh year, the Companies That Care award salutes the generosity of New Jersey businesses who…

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eMazzanti Founders Connect WHOI Researchers and Iceland Shark Experts

Jennifer and Carl Mazzanti, CEO and Vice President of eMazzanti Technologies, just completed a trip to Iceland. While there they connected research teams at the WHOI (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute) and Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium with Iceland’s Bjarnarhöfn Shark Museum. The Bjarnarhöfn Museum claims to be the leader in knowledge and history of the Greenland Shark. “Christian Bjarnarhöfn, owner and operator of the Shark Museum has got tooth, bone and tissue samples of Greenland sharks going back hundreds of years,” stated Alison T. Kline, Director of Corporate & Foundation Relations, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. The Mazzanti’s hope to promote collaboration…

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eMazzanti Wins Bid to Name Whale Shark Tracked Online

eMazzanti Technology’s Blue Project helps to protect misunderstood shark species with bid donation Hoboken, New Jersey ­- (Cision) February 1, 2017 – eMazzanti Technologies, a NYC area IT consultant and MSP, has won a bid to name the first female whale shark to be featured on the Ocearch Shark Tracker website. The bid was donated to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution’s (WHOI) TOTEM project as part of the company’s Blue Project philanthropic efforts to protect ocean wildlife. The eMazzanti Technologies team that submitted the winning bid named the whale shark after the company’s late ocean-loving mascot Shih Tzu dog, Rocky…

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Blue Project Ocean Conservation Effort Recognized by Microsoft Partner Network

eMazzanti Technology’s ocean conservation and sea-life protection project featured in Microsoft Partner blog Hoboken, New Jersey ­- (Cision) January 6, 2017 – Highlighting the company’s philanthropic efforts to protect ocean wildlife through its Blue Project, Microsoft Corp. has featured eMazzanti Technologies in a December 30th post on its Microsoft Partner Network blog. The post highlights eMazzanti’s ocean conservation efforts that the company is promoting through its Blue Project website, social media, clients and community groups. “eMazzanti’s Blue Project reflects our long-time interests and our commitment to sea life,” stated Carl Mazzanti, CEO. “We are glad that the Microsoft Partner Network…

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