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The Office Has Left the Building: An Interview with Scott Whittle from IP Technology Labs

As the world rapidly changes during the COVID-19 crisis, companies are using this time to adapt and make changes in many different ways. Some companies have experienced a sudden surge in sales and service requests, such as technology companies that offer solutions for adapting to new work environments. Right now, there are thousands of people working remotely in their home offices, or makeshift home offices, and need the technology required to allow them to remain connected and productive.

In this segment, I had the pleasure of speaking with Scott Whittle, CEO of IP Technology Labs (IPTL) to discuss what his company is experiencing in the current COVID-19 environment. IPTL is a USA based network technology company that designs and manufactures appliances for connecting and securing remote devices and networks over any Internet access. Supporting pop-up office networking, IPTL offers the easiest way to connect and secure remote users, applications, and business devices while overcoming the low-reliability, high cost, and complexity involved in remote networking. IPTL’s patented technologies deliver a combination of scalability, reliability, and security, which is unmatched by any of the big-box competitors, carriers, or other available market technologies.

Take a break from your day at home and listen in on how IPTL is responding to the demands of the market. We discuss challenges that IPTL is seeing in other companies that are in the work-from-home environment and the strain on companies’ internal IT departments, security risks, and more.



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Scott Lloyd is a registered patent attorney who specializes in intellectual property counseling and commercialization work. He has served as a technology commercialization specialist and advisor to companies in a diverse array of markets, including biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, food and beverage, specialty chemicals, technology, and engineering. In addition, Mr. Lloyd spent ten years as in-house general counsel to small and mid-sized companies, where he managed corporate matters and resolved commercial disputes in addition to intellectual property strategy, and now serves in the same capacity for entrepreneurial clients. He serves as counsel to small and mid-sized business owners seeking to implement growth strategies and succession plans.

While in house, Mr. Lloyd has also contributed to the successful formation of international affiliates of domestic businesses as well as a $400,000,000 business acquisition.




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