New eMazzanti Article: How Software Accelerates Small Business Productivity

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A new, free article helps small businesses understand how the latest software increases productivity

If you haven’t migrated to this new Microsoft operating system, you should at least take it for a test drive or review our new article on productivity

Windows 7 can help make your business more productive than ever, but why stop there? Add Windows Small Business Server 2008 – and take productivity to the next level. As an guide, eMazzanti Technologies, an I T support and computer consultant in the Hoboken, NJ and NYC areas, has a new article entitled: How New Software Accelerates Productivity. The article can be viewed or downloaded at:

“By now you may have already upgraded your business PCs to Windows® 7, or you might be considering it,” notes Carl Mazzanti, chief operations officer, eMazzanti Technologies. “If you haven’t migrated to this new Microsoft operating system, you should at least take it for a test drive or review our new article on productivity.”

Mazzanti continues: “Unless you’ve been held captive by aliens for the past six months, you’ve surely seen the advertisements touting the many new features of Microsoft’s latest operating system. More compellingly, you’ve probably heard from other business owners and managers of the productivity and security enhancements provided by Windows 7.”

Low Productivity Takes a Toll
Productivity gains in particular resonate strongly with small business owners as they often have to do more with less. It’s not just productivity’s obvious link to the bottom line, it’s the insidious effect that low productivity has on morale and work quality. Employees feel frustrated when deadlines are consistently missed or when they sit idle because of bottlenecks in the workflow. And the quality of work suffers when employees have to rush to make up for lost time and to meet delivery dates.

New Windows 7 Productivity Enhancements
So, how does Windows 7 help small businesses keep pace in a highly competitive environment? First, it lets employees work more intuitively. They will be able to accomplish everyday tasks with fewer clicks and keystrokes. And with Windows 7 Snap and Shake feature, they will handle open windows more expeditiously. The time savings for feature invoked may only be seconds, but it translates into real productivity gains when multiplied over thousands of repetitive actions performed by multiple employees.

More dramatically, Windows 7 can boost employee productivity by making it easier and more efficient to work away from the office. With Windows 7, you can work from virtually anywhere, thanks to longer battery life, location-aware printing, and the automatic synchronization of computers and network content.

Combine Software for Even Greater Productivity Gains
“Looking for even greater productivity gains?, asks Mazzanti. “Then consider pairing Windows 7 with Windows ® Small Business Server (SBS) 2008. Together, Windows 7 and SBS 2008 offer a quantum leap in efficiency and reliability.”

Consider the potential impact on daily tasks. Thanks to SBS 2008, employees have a central repository to store and find business information. No more time wasted hunting for the PC or portable drive for that critical spreadsheet or revised proposal. With Windows 7 Professional and SBS 2008, small business teams will be able to find information not only on their PC but also on the server. This network-wide searching takes place almost instantaneously, potentially saving business hours of time over the course of a year.

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About eMazzanti Technologies
With a company name that sounds more like a purebred, high-performance sports car than a IT support and consulting firm, eMazzanti Technologies is all about delivering powerful solutions in a variety of [outsourced IT services, such as managed printing services, PCI DSS compliance, computer network management, network troubleshooting, business continuity and disaster recovery, green computing, mobile workforce technology, information security, cloud computing, cloud computing services, and business information optimization in the most efficient manner possible. The Hoboken, N.J., firm is located in one of the most densely populated - and competitive - regions in the U.S. It provides business technology consulting services for companies ranging from home offices to multinational corporations in the New York metropolitan area, the United States and throughout the world. For more information contact: Carl Mazzanti 201-360-4400 or Twitter: @emazzanti , Facebook:

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