- Porting software for Raspberry Pi’s 12 million units sold
- 15 years in security software market
- Award winning Computer Safe and FileCrypt software
- Received license for Apple mobile platform
Com-Guard, Inc. (OTC Pink: CGUD), with licenses from Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) and Google, (NASDAQ: GOOG) historically, sold products that afforded security protection to computer hardware and software in microcomputers.
Com-Guard, Inc. (OTC Pink: CGUD) is head up by Ed Savarese who is also currently the CEO and Chairman of Imaging Technology Corp., which he founded in 1992, and grew to $50 million in sales while developing more than 50 products in the personal computer industry. Mr. Savarese also licensed technologies to some of the largest and most influential companies in the world, including but not limited to: Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL),Dell Computer, Xerox (NYSE: XRX), Canon, Inc. (NYSE: CAJ) and many other Fortune 1000 Companies.
CGUD has just over the past week begun to receive some positive attention in the market. Volume has increased while the stock has been on a short but steady climb. There could be a lot more appreciation to come.
Com-Guard, Inc. (OTC Pink: CGUD) is involved in security, tracking and secure printing, while exploring amont other demographics, the internet of things (IoT) of which Jonathan Camhi through Business Insider by 2020, 34 billion devices will be connected to the internet and $6 trillion will be spent on IoT Solutions over the next 5 years. This could become a huge profit center for CGUD.
Raspberry Pi – The Future for Com-Guard, Inc. (OTC Pink: CGUD)
CGUD is looking to break into the Raspberry Pi space.
Launched by University of Cambridge computer scientists in 2011 as a $35 board for DIY projects, the Raspberry Pi erupted into a global phenomenon that has sold over 12 million units. The Raspberry Pi and ARM architecture markets will allow the Company to have an additional product for Mobile and Secure Printing.
Com-Guard, Inc. (OTC Pink: CGUD) will be using social medial to communicate to shareholders and the investment community. The company just tweeted: “CGUD 10K mentions Mobile/Secure Printing. We ported the printing software to the Arm CPU of the Raspberry Pi, a new future product!”