eMazzanti Featured in New Microsoft Windows Server 2008R2 Case Study
A case study from Microsoft captures how eMazzanti Technologies uses the new Windows Server
2008R2 in the consultant’s business to increase productivity by 12 percent
Hoboken, NJ (Vocus) July 5, 2010 -- A new Microsoft case study captures how New Jersey–based eMazzanti
Technologies, which offers IT services to customers worldwide, wanted to give remote workers easier network
access and faster file download speeds. It also sought to improve video performance internally and externally. The
company chose Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard for its solution. Employees now have better remote access to
customer files and can transfer them faster. As a result, productivity has risen by 12 percent, which helps
eMazzanti complete more customer projects and deliver them more quickly.
eMazzanti - Early Adopter
In late 2007, eMazzanti had implemented the Windows Server 2008 operating system, along with the Windows 7
client operating system. Always an early adopter of Microsoft technologies, the company decided to upgrade to
Windows Server 2008 R2. Windows Server 2008 R2 includes new remote access features and improved audio
and video functionality, which eMazzanti knew could help solve its business challenges.
One of the keys to eMazzanti’s success is that it uses the products it sells. The new Windows Server 2008R2
software is no exception. “It’s unrealistic to expect customers to buy into a product we don’t believe in
ourselves,” said Jennifer Mazzanti, president, eMazzanti Technologies. “Customers get a powerful, first-person
12 Percent Productivity Increase
Windows Server 2008 R2 gives remote eMazzanti employees improved access, faster file downloads, and much
better video performance—all of which make eMazzanti more productive.
With easier network connectivity and faster access to customer files, eMazzanti engineers working at customer
sites are more productive than ever. “Each of our employees probably has an extra hour o