June 16th 2008
Toronto, Ontario – Larry Keating, president and CEO of No Panic Computing® was interviewed live on CITY-TV’s Breakfast Television with Kevin Frankish.
Larry explained to Kevin how the NPC solution works. “We take a notebook computer, we put on the backup, the security, the encryption, the anti-virus and we manage it from a data centre for them, all in a monthly fee.”
In one of the more colourful moments of the program, Kevin took a sledgehammer to a No Panic Computing notebook, smashing it repeatedly, in order to demonstrate the safety of the data on an NPC notebook. “I’m not a big fan of our computers,” said Kevin before he began to destroy the computer. Larry explains that all the data can be safely retrieved from another computer.
About Breakfast Television
Breakfast Television, also known as BT, is a Canadian morning news and entertainment program produced by CITY-TV Toronto.
BT tends to be more relaxed and spontaneous than other morning shows in that it does not have pre-taped segments that are focused on current events or socio-political issues. The guests tend to be more human interest, informational, and promotional in nature and there is less of a focus on celebrities. The program airs Monday to Fridays from 6 a.m. until 9 a.m. EST.
About No Panic Computing Inc.
No Panic Computing Inc., based in Markham, Ontario is the leader in secure, managed mobile computing solutions for business professionals. NPC's industry-first Notebooks-as-a-Service™ (NaaS™) solution alleviates data loss, breach and business interruptions in an expert, data centre managed laptop that is simple to buy and easy to use. No Panic Computing is part of the Keating Group of Companies which includes Canada’s leading branch-outsourcing service to the high-technology industry, Keating Technologies, providing award-winning sales and call centre services for more than 23 years.