Adam Weismuller the Director of Cloud Solutions at Internap joins Craig to discuss Internap’s cloud services. Internap (Nasdaq: INAP) provides intelligent IT Infrastructure services that combine platform flexibility and unmatched performance, allowing more than 3,700 customers to focus on their core business, improve service levels and lower the cost of IT operations. The company’s cloud, hosting and colocation services are delivered from a geographically distributed platform of high-density, redundant data centers. Its patented, performance-optimized IP connectivity guarantees 100% uptime and lowest latency, resulting in a seamless user experience.
Craig opens the show with his Review and Comment on Tech in the News. This week he will discuss how Excel may be see as the ruiner of global economies, the new Yahoo email app, Stupid technology statements and Smartphones and how they are being used to skim credit card data.
Dr. Jerry Weichman a Licensed Psychologist – Teen Specialist, Author, Speaker and Parenting Expert at Hoag Nerurosciences Institute joins Craig to discuss concrete, applicable tools for teen problems and explains how to use them to become a self-reliant person. He bridges modern-age adolescent lingo, concepts and technology, and clinical knowledge, in an approach that resonates with teens. Dr. Jerry speaks regularly about include violence, bullying/cyberbullies, substance abuse, sexting, depression, academic performance, parental expectations, teen sex, eating disorders, body-image issues, stress related disorders, relationships, behavior problems, and teenage social drama.
http://www.sprint.com/4netsafety/ and http://www.sprint.com/sprintguardian
Amy Johnsonbaugh the Communications Manager and Michelle Chisholm the Community Affairs Manager at Sprint join Craig to discuss family safety tools bring together three applications to help parents keep their kids safe and focused on what matters whether they are at home, at school or on-the-go. Sprint Guardian, Family Safety Essentials and Lookout Family Mobile Security. Sprint Guardian application bundles can be accessed on the web or smartphone and allow parents to protect their child by knowing where they are, locking their child’s phone on demand or schedule locks – during dinner, school or late at night (Mobile Controls); locate kids on a map and set up automatic location checks to get notified that kids made it to school safely and on time (Family Locator); automatically lock teenagers’ mobile phones when they’re driving (Drive First). Lookout Family Mobile Security is part of Sprint Guardian that enables Sprint customers to manage their phone security by protecting against identity theft and fraud, find a family member’s missing device when it is lost or stolen, and back up their precious data.
Cameron Camp a Security Researcher at the ESET North America Research Lab joins Craig to discuss keep yourself and your children safe online. Children and young people spend huge amounts of time online and may not be aware of the dangers. As well as the usual worries such as malware and scams they are also at risk from predators online. It makes more sense to tell the kids how to behave if you know what you are talking about! So spend some time on chat rooms, teen-friendly web sites, Facebook, Twitter and other online destinations to see how it all works. ESETis a pioneer in the antivirus industry with its award-winning NOD32 technology celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2012. ESET advanced security solutions are trusted by businesses and consumers around the world for protection against today’s most sophisticated cyber attacks. On a daily basis, we protect millions of users across all types of environments – be it computers, laptops, mobile devices or servers. ESET Endpoint Security and ESET Endpoint Antivirus, in addition to ESET NOD32 Antivirus, ESET Smart Security and ESET Cyber Security (solution for Mac), are trusted by millions of users globally and are among the most highly recommended security solutions in the world.