New York, NY (PRWEB) March 4, 2009
TextGuard is a Mobile Device application which provides control and security for the data and the device. TextGuard is the only Security Mobile Communication Device Application on the market today, agnostic to any specific carrier, which provides Text archiving capabilities, SMS monitoring, SMS spam filtering, and remote control of the devices functionality. TextGuard is a third party mobile phone utility designed to meet the needs of mobile users to track and monitor text messages, telephone calls, emails and web browsing. It can be downloaded from the website at TextGuard.com and installed directly onto a Blackberry or Smartphone, supporting Windows Mobile operating systems, (Android and Symbian to be released Spring on 2009).
TextGuard now offers 3 different plans for your convenience; the Enterprise Edition, Business Edition and Family Edition.
Enterprise Edition -Suitable for corporate users who have several different mobile devices at the same time. The Enterprise Edition starts at $ 259.95 per month, supports 50 or more Mobile Devices and provides 250Mb of storage space. It is suitable for companies who need to protect their company information. For enterprises with more than 50 devices, TextGuard provides a volume discount. All archived messages can be retrieved from the company’s secure servers or from the client’s proprietary server.
Business Edition – The business edition is suitable for professionals and businessmen who are looking for a solution to backup all their mobile phone activities on a secure server to protect proprietary information should the mobile device be lost or stolen. This plan is priced at just $ 29.95 per month and provides 25Mb of storage space online to archive the SMS text messages.
Family Edition – The family edition of TextGuard is ideal for parents who want to monitor the text messages being sent to and from their child’s phone. This single user edition can also be used solely as a backup and archiving solution for an individual. This plan is available for $ 5.95 per month and supports 10Mb of storage space online. The family edition allows you to secure you and your family remotely by monitoring their text messages, no matter where they are located.
Todd Michael Cohan, CEO explains that with every edition, users have the option to upgrade to a larger storage capacity if they require more space on the TextGuard Secure Server. Users pay a nominal monthly fee to continue using the mobile phone utility.
For more information about TextGuard and its text message security and monitoring features, visit the website and register online at http://www.textguard.com/userregistration.php for a 30 day free trial of the service.
About TextGuard, Inc.
TextGuard, LLC is the sole provider of Text / SMS blocking, Text / SMS filtering, Text / SMS monitoring, and archiving services that keep mobile phones and devices free of unwanted messages, spam and spyware.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida (PRWEB) May 09, 2012
In todays digital age, teens and children can easily access inappropriate content online anytime, anywhere. The ubiquity of Internet-enabled mobile devices has stripped parents of their ability to control access to content. Apples popular Safari browser doesnt offer mobile parental controls. To put parents back in control, McGruff SafeGuard today announced the official launch of McGruff SafeGuard Browser
New York, NY (PRWEB) April 30, 2013
The car accident personal injury lawyers at Block OToole & Murphy, LLP are pleased to announce a $ 2,925,000 settlement for a 42 year old factory worker who was broadsided by a school bus that ran a stop sign. The case was settled on March 13, 2013, and the Plaintiff sustained back injuries for which he underwent two spine surgeries. The case was pending in New York Supreme Court, Bronx County under Index Number: 304016/2010.
Car accidents can be very sudden and scary events that can cause life-altering injuries to yourself of your loved ones. Block OToole & Murphy, LLP is a New York personal injury law firm that has represented those seriously injured in motor vehicle accidents for years, and therefore has a great deal of knowledge to impart to recent car accident victims. A car accident victims health and safety are the top priorities after an accident, but there are other important steps a victim should take to protect their rights before and after a car accident takes place. Too often, our experienced personal injury trial lawyers will speak with a car accident victim and they have a blank look on their face when they are asked simple questions. The look is followed by something akin to “How was I supposed to know what that?” There are important steps that every driver should familiarize themselves with before stepping into a car. Some are easy to remember but we get complacent and need to be reminded about how critical safety is.
Always make sure you have valid automobile insurance. Make sure your insurance information and car registration is in the car at all times. Make sure the coverage amount is sufficient.
Make sure you and any passengers use a seatbelt or other restraining devices in the car to minimize your injuries in the event you are in an accident.
After the accident try and remain calm. Move your car out of traffic but if possible try to photograph the positions of the vehicles before any vehicles are moved.
Assess your injuries and the injuries of any passengers in your car.
Call 911 or ask a witness or passerby to call for help and advise the operator if you need emergency medical assistance.
If you are able to get out of the car, do so carefully. Assess the damage to your car and the other car involved.
Speak with the other driver and get their version of the accident. Speak with any witnesses to the accident and get their contact information.
Take pictures of the property damage to the cars involved.
Wait until the police arrive and speak with an officer about how the accident took place. Ask the police officer how you can get a copy of the police report.
Allow the emergency medical service team to assist you if you are injured. Tough guys finish last when it comes to a car accident. Injuries often take time to develop. Better to be safe than sorry.
Contact your insurance company to report that you have been in an accident. Request a No Fault insurance application to cover your medical expenses.
Return the No Fault Application to your insurance company immediately, but no more than 30 days after the accident to preserve your right to be reimbursed for medical expenses and lost wages.
Contact an auto repair shop and ask if they work with your insurance company and if they are familiar with repairs for the make and model of your car.
If you are still in pain after the accident, go to a hospital or follow up immediately with your primary care doctor and ask for advice on medical treatment that might be necessary such as physical therapy.
Detail your physical complaints to a qualified physician. Don’t exaggerate your symptoms and don’t minimize them. Play it straight; this is your body.
Create a separate folder for the accident where you can keep a copy of all documents.
Contact an experienced, qualified attorney that handles personal injury cases for victims involved in car accidents.
In reviewing different attorneys, check their results and compare them. You don’t want a lawyer learning the ropes on your case.
Block O’Toole & Murphy has a team of experienced and dedicated trial attorneys dedicated to helping victims of car accidents. To learn more about the experienced trial attorneys at Block O’Toole & Murphy, please review our firm website at http://www.blockotoole.com. For a free consultation you can call us at 212.736.5300.
Below are some more examples of Block OToole & Murphy successes in helping victims involved in car accidents. More results can be found on the firms website:
$ 32, 756,156 for Injured Pedestrian (New York State Supreme Court, Suffolk County, Index Number: 23177/2005)http://www.blockotoole.com/Verdicts-Settlements/32-756-156-for-Injured-Vietnam-Vet.shtml
$ 14,000,000 for Motorcyclist Hit by Truck (New York State Supreme Court , Nassau County, Index Number: 016655/2002)http://www.blockotoole.com/Verdicts-Settlements/14-000-000-for-Motorcyclist-Hit-By-Truck.shtml
$ 12,000,000 for Child Injured in Car Accident (New York State Supreme Court, Kings County, Index Number: 12586/2005)http://www.blockotoole.com/Verdicts-Settlements/12-000-000-Awarded-to-Car-Accident-Victim.shtml
$ 9,263,326 for Backseat passenger Injured in Car Collision (New York State Supreme Court, Kings County, Index Number: 28477/2002)http://www.blockotoole.com/Verdicts-Settlements/9-263-326-for-Man-Injured-in-Car-Collision.shtml