What if we told you our environment is in trouble?

Your first thoughts are probably of pollution, natural disasters, or climate change – but that’s not what we’re talking about.

Regardless of your position on the global environment, there’s another environment under attack – our computing environment – the cyberspaces through which we all compute and communicate.  And there’s a lot less up for debate; think about it:

  • You’re being spied on, spammed, and scammed;
  • Identities are being stolen, and data is being ransomed;
  • Viruses are constantly spreading and doing damage; and
  • Systems and applications are freezing, crashing, and bloating.

This "pollution" of our computing environment is seriously affecting our lives and our productivity – and no one is immune.  But, it's not just this sabotage (intentional or unintentional) that we have to contend with.  The nature of the computing environment itself – with its built-in limitations and weaknesses – gives rise to all kinds of frustrations.  Who hasn't complained about:

  • Paying full price for software you barely use;
  • Tracking passwords for every website you belong to;
  • Not having enough portability between home and office; and
  • Having to know more about technology than you should.

This list could go on for days.  Whether it's a computer, cell phone, or any other computing device or appliance, we can't get away from the ongoing disappointments of high-tech junk.

The problem is not with our applications, and another "killer app" won't fix it.  The trouble we face is with the environment in which these applications run.  The World Wide Web and today's computer operating systems are the weak link.

Section 508 requires that electronic and information technology (EIT) products procured or used by government agencies allow access to Federal employees and members of the public with disabilities that is comparable to the access available to non-disabled individuals.

In keeping with our corporate policies, Zeratec strives to be compliant with the requirements of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and to make all of its products, software, and documentation more accessible by applying the principles and guidance of Section 508.

If you use assistive technology and the format of any material on this website interferes with your ability to access its information, contact webmaster@zeratec.com for assistance.  Please indicate the nature of our accessibility problem, the preferred format in which to receive the material, the web address of the requested material, and your contact information.

We’ve created this website as an introduction to Zeratec’s philosophy, mission, and vision.  But, you may be wondering why we haven’t shared more specific information about our products, services, and business models.

Well, like we’ve been saying, today’s cyberspace is a dangerous environment.  So, while we complete commercialization of our technologies, we’re keeping the details under wraps to protect our intellectual property.

If you’d like to learn more about how our innovations can benefit you or your organization, please contact us.  We’d be delighted to talk with you!