July 3rd 2008
Toronto, Ontario – Larry Keating, president and CEO of No Panic Computing® was interviewed live on Morning Live: Tech Time with Bob Cowan. During the program, Larry demonstrates the power of No Panic Computing’s automated backup and file restoration technology.
“[No Panic Computing] kind of fills a niche or a void where there’s a lot of small companies that don’t have an IT department, they can’t really afford to worry about stuff like this, but they should be worried,” says Bob.
Larry advises Bob and the audience as to why it’s important for business professionals to professionally manage their computing. “You want to make sure it’s encrypted, that nobody can read it, that you’re the only person that can access it; and you want to protect your data because that’s the life-blood of your business … you want to make sure you can get access to it if your notebook is ever lost or stolen or damaged,” said Larry.
About Morning Live
Morning Live is a Canadian morning news and entertainment program produced by CHCH television in Hamilton Ontario where co-hosts Bob Cowan and Annette Hamm wake up viewers every weekday morning from 5:30 to 9 a.m.
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.
Articles from Larry Keating's (CEO, NPC) guest blog on the Huffington Post Business pages