Newsmaker Video: Larry Keating of No Panic Computing

When Larry Keating, president and CEO of Markham, Ont.-based No Panic Computing (NPC), announced a new NPC notebook-as-a-service offering for small business professionals this year, he had no idea just how much attention and support the offering would garner from partners and end-users.

NPC, which is a wholly-owned company of Keating Technologies, but is run independently, has partnered up with HP, Intel and Iron Mountain to arm small business professionals with a complete, fully encrypted and worry-free notebook computing solution. Instead of purchasing hardware, software, services and backup separately, NPC’s notebook-as-a-service offering includes all of that for a fixed monthly cost of just $129.99, over a 36-month lease term.

In the fourth installment of the CDN Newsmakers Video Series, Editor Paolo Del Nibletto interviews Keating one-on-one about his new idea, how it put it all together and what the benefits will be for channel partners.

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Jim Love, Chief Content Officer, IT World Canada

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Editor of Computer Dealer News, covering Canada's IT channel community.

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