Hybrid Workforce Strategies for Success

With vaccinations on the rise and more locations preparing to return to quasi-normal, businesses need to plan next steps. While numerous surveys show that employees mostly celebrate returning to the office, workers expect more flexibility than before. For many organizations, this means operating with a hybrid workforce. A hybrid workforce includes employees working in a traditional setting as well as employees working remotely. In fact, many workers plan to split their time between the office and home. To promote success in this new environment, organizations need to use the lessons from 2020 to drive strategies moving forward. Analyze Lessons Learned…

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6 Low-Cost Productivity Tips to Increase Competitiveness

Increasing workplace productivity can mean the difference between a business that succeeds and a great idea that fails. When a company produces more products or delivers higher-quality customer service more quickly than the competition, it gains the advantage. Use these low-cost productivity tips to even the playing field and compete more effectively. To get the most benefit out of technology, however, organizations need to match the technology solution to the business need. Start by assessing business processes to identify areas for improvement. For instance, do employees find themselves bogged down with paperwork? Or does distance hinder effective collaboration? The following…

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Balancing Cybersecurity and Productivity to Optimize Work-From-Home

During an important video chat sales presentation, an account executive attempts to bring up critical information. But the system denies her access to the file. Frustrated, she limps through without the data. In the current environment, the perfect blend of effective cybersecurity and productivity can prove elusive. But with careful planning, businesses can achieve both goals. In today’s data-driven and work-from-home business environment, organizations need strategies that give the good guys ready access to data while keeping the bad guys out. Several factors make finding that balance a challenge. First, to work productively, employees need quick access to quality data….

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Legal Technology Productivity Gains Level the Field for Smaller Firms

In the past, small to mid-size law firms simply could not compete with the big firms. With so much capital at their disposal, large firms had access to tools that boutique firms could only dream of using. And the smaller firms lacked personnel to dedicate to complex technology projects. But practical legal technology productivity gains for smaller firms can level the playing field. From updated infrastructure to automation, cloud computing and eDiscovery, technology plays a key role in improving a firm’s competitive positioning. When attorneys work more efficiently, focusing their time on billable tasks, productivity and client satisfaction increase. Technology…

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How to get your office ready for the return post COVID-19

Recently, the IRS started returning 10,000 employees to do mission-critical work. Unfortunately, for many business leaders, their mission critical work is making money to survive. Truly, it can’t come soon enough. Others fear for the safety of their workers and will proceed very cautiously. Though opinions on timing vary widely, the question remains—is your office ready for the return post COVID-19? Now that we have adjusted to the WFH routine of conference calls, tuning out distractions and swapping PJ’s for sweats, the time has come to start planning the return to the office. As with any change in the business…

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Business Owners to Learn How to Do More with Less at International Franchise Expo

NYC area business technology and productivity expert, Carl Mazzanti, to explain how to Do More with Less using technology at Javits Center Business Resources Center Hoboken, NJ ­- (Cision) May 30, 2019 – Carl Mazzanti, the President and Co-founder of eMazzanti Technologies, a NYC area technology consultant, will address entrepreneurs and future business owners as a featured speaker at the New York International Franchise Expo (IFE). The three-day event is scheduled for May 30 to June 1 at the Javits Center, 11th Avenue and 37th Street, New York City. Mazzanti will be presenting on the topic, “There is always pressure…

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5 Business Benefits of Gratitude

Author Melody Beattie wrote that “gratitude unlocks the fullness of life.” Recent clinical trials support Beattie’s assertion, describing personal benefits such as reduced depression, lowered blood pressure and improved sleep. Equally powerful are the business benefits of gratitude. Just as gratitude can elevate an individual’s physical and emotional well-being, it can also improve both the workplace atmosphere and an organization’s bottom line. Following are just five of the many tangible benefits of expressing gratitude at the office. 1. Customer Loyalty and Engagement According to Harvard Business Review, generating new customers will cost your business five to 25 times the cost…

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PC Users Urged to Upgrade to Windows 8.1 for Improved Security

NYC tech leader, eMazzanti, reviews Windows upgrades from XP to Windows 8 and beyond on Voice of Manhattan Business program Hoboken, New Jersey ­- (Vocus) May 8, 2014 — eMazzanti Technologies CEO, Carl Mazzanti, urged Windows users to upgrade to Windows 8 to counter increasing security threats as he discussed “From Windows XP to Windows 8.1: Changes, Differences, Trends” on the popular blogtalkradio program VMB, The Voice of Manhattan Business, sponsored by the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce. “The rocket ship growth of malware and spyware runs across all platforms,” stated Mazzanti. “Users should upgrade to Windows 8.1 to increase security…

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eMazzanti Article: 3 Things You Need to Know Before Choosing Technology Options

Hoboken, New Jersey ­- (Vocus) January, 2014 –Though businesses are overwhelmed with hardware and software technology options today, choosing the right ones can be challenging. A new article from eMazzanti Technologies, an IT support and computer consultant in the New York City area, gives three guidelines that can be helpful. “The first criterion for evaluating technology is based on the old adage about there being no free lunches in the world” said Jennifer Mazzanti, president, eMazzanti Technologies. “This can also be true with technology, though free or near-free, can cost a business significantly more in time and frustration.” Saving Money, Time…

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