One of the reasons I started Silicon Florist was the hope that I could recognize some local startup efforts that aren’t getting the attention they deserve. But that doesn’t mean I’m going to ignore the ventures that are getting attention from traditional media.
GadgetTrak is a great example. With software that helps people recover lost or stolen laptops or phones, it’s a technology that anyone can understand. And that can translate into coverage by more traditional outlets, like TV.
Here’s a recent segment of KOIN 6 News where GadgetTrak was featured—and demoed. As an added bonus, you’ll get some quick glimpses the inside of NedSpace Downtown
For more information, visit GadgetTrak.
Thanks Rick! KOIN did a great job on this. It was pretty inspiring to talk with Tim Gordon again, he covered GadgetTrak when we launched our first product way back in March of 2007:
It made me proud to look back at what a small bootstrapped tech company has been able to accomplish in this time frame, even during this recession we continue to innovate and grow. To date our customers have been our biggest investors and advocates and we are looking forward to rolling out more advanced and innovative solutions to protect our customers devices and data in the near future.
GadgetTrak Founder & CEO
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