ContentWatch’s President and CEO, Jack W. Sunderlage, Recognized for Outstanding Contributions to Utah Business Community

On the heels of receiving a 2007 Governor’s Medal of Excellence for Science and Technology, Jack W. Sunderlage, President and CEO of ContentWatch, Inc., a provider of Internet safety solutions, has been recognized by Connect Magazine as one of the 25 People Who Most Influenced Business in Utah and by Utah Business Magazine as one of the 100 Most Influential People in Utah in their December issues.

“For a formally ‘retired’ executive, he has done more for Utah’s stature and the state’s tech industry than any senior executive I know,” said Lew Cramer, President and CEO of the World Trade Center Utah, in the Connect article.

Sunderlage originally retired in 2002 after a prestigious career during which he worked in key marketing and sales executive positions for UNISYS, Digital Equipment, Compaq Computer, and Hewlett-Packard. He came out of retirement in 2005 to become the President and CEO for ContentWatch.

In addition to his responsibilities at ContentWatch, Sunderlage is a past Chairman for the Utah Technology Council (UTC), a member of the Governing Board for Utah Science Technology and Research (USTAR), and currently serves as Chairman of the World Trade Center Utah.

“Through Jack’s leadership and vision, ContentWatch has become the market leader in Internet safety in both technology and education,” said Brent L Bishop, Chairman of ContentWatch. “Jack is a driving force in Utah’s business community and through his efforts and savvy it will continue to thrive as long as people like Jack are at its helm.”

About ContentWatch, Inc.

Based in Salt Lake City, ContentWatch delivers family-safe computing solutions for the home, library, education, government, and small/medium business markets. ContentWatch’s mission is to be the world leader in thought and technology by creating Internet management tools and services that provide homes and businesses with a safer, more productive Internet experience through its patent-pending contextual analysis engine. ContentWatch Internet Management solutions are used in over 125 different countries. For more information on ContentWatch products, visit .