Craig opens the show with his review and comment on Tech that made news. This week he discusses how to unleash your computer's potential with the latest in technology.
For over 25 years J.J. Schoch has been shaping products, strategies and markets in the technology and media industries, where he routinely transforms innovative concepts into leading products that outpace competition.
Mr. Schoch comes to Phoenix with a long history of successful product development and team building within several major PC utilities companies. As Vice President of Marketing at iolo technologies, Mr. Schoch was responsible for refocusing the company around its best-in-class computer performance product, System Mechanic, which he grew into the #1 product in its category, more than doubling the company's revenue.
As Vice President of Strategic Marketing at Panda Security, Mr. Schoch’s ability to see beyond current industry-wide solutions and focus on an industry- first behavioral technology resulted in an 80% increase in revenue. He also built and focused the marketing team through an aggressive CPC/CPM initiative which led to a 300% growth rate of e-commerce revenue.
Mr. Schoch was Senior Product Manager at CyberMedia (later acquired by McAfee) where he managed their flagship product, First Aid, overhauling the quality and brand image. Product sales then exceeded 120,000 units a month and First Aid became a $90-million annual asset. He also built and sustained an 85% market share despite relentless competition from major software manufacturers such as Symantec, McAfee and QuarterDeck.
At Symantec, Mr. Schoch was a Senior Product Manager responsible for the conception, design and marketing of the enormously successful 1990s product Norton Desktop for Windows. Throughout the productΓÇÖs life cycle, he maintained its status as the top seller in its category, dominating 80% of the marketplace. Prior to Symantec, Mr. Schoch was one of the founding employees at Peter Norton Computing which pioneered the massive PC Utility software industry.
Craig addresses concerns from callers wanting to know more about the new iPad Pro.
Larry O’Connor is Founder and CEO of Other World Computing, Inc. (OWC), a manufacturer and e-Tailer of Solid State Drives, data storage solutions, memory and accessories for Mac and PC computers. Started in 1988, the company has become an innovative leader in developing/delivering non-Apple/non-PC manufacturer storage solutions and upgrades to extend the performance, use-life of the SMB’s and individual’s computing device investment. In addition to guiding the technology and solutions activities for OWC, Larry also serves at the President of Newer Technology, Inc. and Price.com. An alumnus of Marquette University, O’Connor’s strong industry commitment has made him a sought-after speaker at numerous industry events and earned him numerous business and industry awards.
Craig wraps up this week's show with quick information on Honda Clarity and Adobe's Digital Index.
Craig opens the show with his review and comment on Tech that made news. This week he discusses how technology is improving consumers' lives today.
Craig shares MIT's online classes that can get you a degree for free.
Craig talks about how Verizon shares your browsing habits, and what you could do about it.
Craig wraps up this week's show with quick information on how to get to Craig's Insiders list.
Craig opens the show with his review and comment on Tech that made news. This week he discusses the must-have mobile apps and docks.
Bob Summers has developed and marketed consumer Internet applications since 1994. He is currently Chief Geek at Fitnet, his fifth startup. Bob is passionate about creating compelling online video experiences having grown iSpQ VideoChat, desktop video conferencing software, to over 3.0 million users from 196 countries/territories.
Beyond his work responsibilities, Bob plays an active role in Southwestern Virginia’s economic development by serving on the board of directors of the Roanoke Blacksburg Technology Council, Virginia Tech Entrepreneur Club and sponsoring FIRST Robotics. His 10 year vision for Blacksburg, “Open Source Village” captured at the Community Voices forum.
With the help of 182 others via a $92,400 crowdfunding campaign, Bob led the deployment of gigabit fiber access into downtown Blacksburg and created the worlds first free open access gigabit wifi network.
Craig talks about drone technology and the need for it to be registered legally.
Craig discusses how iPhone App hackers can hurt the technology consumers rely on.