Tampa, FL, January 24, 2020 – IDPodcasts’ state-of-the-art website platform has now entered its third decade of educating and informing an international audience with several all-new security enhancements. According to IDPodcasts editor-in-chief and webmaster, Dr. Richard Oehler, “The specific technology enhancements we’ve added may not be immediately recognized by many in our audience, but users will definitely recognize the performance improvements.”
The website has now migrated its hosting server to cPanel technology for improved reliability, hosting options, and backend website management. Meanwhile, security features have been significantly enhanced with the addition of an SSL certificate technology to improve data security between users and the website. Also, the website has incorporated robust firewall technology to reduce its vulnerability to hackers, malicious website intrusion, malware, ransomware, and other online threats.
“Users should notice usability improvements with the site and must know that we take their security and protection from online threats to be of the highest importance to us when they come to IDPodcasts.net,” Dr. Oehler states.
IDPodcasts was co-founded in 2007 by Dr. Richard L. Oehler, Professor of Medicine at the University of South Florida College of Medicine, and Dr. John T. Sinnott, current Chairman of the Department of Internal Medicine at the Morsani College of Medicine at USF. Dr. Oehler has been its editor-in chief and webmaster since its inception.
All of IDPodcast’s content is provided free to users, is self-sponsored, and is open access across the online universe. In addition to the YouTube Channel, IDPodcasts offers its content via smartphone and tablet apps, an iTunes Podcast series, and this website. New apps are currently under production for 2020 to bring an enhanced state-of-the-art IDPodcasts listening experience to the latest smartphone devices and tablets.