The team at Atec Group had the pleasure of hosting its first-ever “pizza powered” webinar. And thanks to our partners at NetApp (who sponsored the webinar) we were able to get over 45 people to attend!
The knowledgeable webinar presenters, Joe Sansone from NetApp and Andrew Nagle from Fortinet, brought their A-game. Joe talked about the importance of data protection and cloud data management using their tool called Cloud Insights. Andrew followed Joe up beautifully with a discussion on cyber threats and how to make sure a company is ready to face them. Andrew also let everyone know about our Cyber Threat Assessment Program (CTAP). Our CTAP helps businesses learn about their current security posture and the steps they can take to improve it. If you’re interested in learning more about the CTAP or signing up for it click here.
If you missed the webinar or want to relive their magnificent presentations, a webinar recording is linked below.
Pizza Making Instructions
We’ve linked an instructional video below for those who received one of the pizza gift boxes for attending the webinar. The video features Frank Rua (Owner at Cafe Capriccio) showing us step-by-step how to cook and prepare your pizza. Buon appetite!
- 1kg flour 00 (8 cups)
- 600 mL water (2.5 cups)
- 20g salt (1.1 tbsp Morton kosher)
- 3g fresh yeast (faster
Step 1: Forming the Dough
- Mix flour, salt, and yeast
- Add water and mix until a dough is formed
- Knead the dough for 10 minutes
- Allow the dough to rise in a lightly oiled and covered bowl until doubled in size (about 2 hours depending on the temperature)
- Divide into 6 pieces (about 9 oz each) and form into a tight ball
- Allow rising again for about 2 hours at room temperature or overnight refrigerated
Step 2: Making the Pizza
- Preheat your oven, with a pizza stone or tray to 500F
- If refrigerated dough, allow coming to room temperature for about an hour before using
- On a lightly floured surface completely flatten the dough with your fingertips (leaving about 1/4 inch in the edge unflattened where the crust will be)
- Top with your favorite toppings and transfer directly onto the pizza stone using a wooden peel
- Bake for 5-10 minutes, depending on the oven temperature, rotating a couple of times if necessary for even cooking
- Serve and eat immediately for the best taste
- Allow the pizza stone or tray to heat back up for a few minutes before cooking the next pizza