July 13th 2008
Toronto, Ontario – Larry Keating, president and CEO of No Panic Computing® was interviewed on 680News Radio by Donna-Lee Williams where he discussed the security needs of small business professionals and the No Panic Computing solution.
Keating talked about the rise of cyber crime. “The value inside one of these notebook computers is not the chips or the hard drive; it’s the information that’s on it. We’ve heard numbers of an identity profile… being worth as much as $17.”
Williams describes how No Panic Computing (NPC) answers this problem. “[No Panic Computing] has created a notebook computer that is completely secure, monitored, backed up on a monthly fee, protected in case it’s lost or stolen,” she explains. Keating adds that if someone else does open up the notebook, they can’t read the data, and NPC can remotely destroy it to ensure the information doesn’t fall into the wrong hands.
About 680 News
680News is an all-news radio station based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, which broadcasts live 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 680 kHz on the AM dial. According to a recent survey by the Bureau of Broadcast Measurement (BBM), 680 News has more cumulative listeners than any other radio station in Canada. With the largest radio newsroom in the country staffed by a team of award-winning journalists, 680News is Toronto's only all news radio service providing immediate and essential information to more than 1.3-million listeners each week.
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