Scott Mueller From Que Publishing and Rick Cadruvi From Diskeeper Corporation to Be Featured on Let’s Talk Computers(R)
Guests from Que and Diskeeper Corporation will appear on radio talk show Let’s Talk Computers. Que Publishing is a company of Pearson Education, the world’s largest education publisher and a Pearson (NYSE:PSO) company. Diskeeper(R) Corporation is the undisputed leader in defragmentation technology.
Scott Mueller, author of “Upgrading and Repairing PCs,” series, continues with more tips, and techniques that are highlighted in his video on how to build a PC, which provides two hours of personal instructions on building your own PC from scratch.
Rick Cadruvi, Senior Software Engineer from Diskeeper Corporation, discusses the important role that defragmentation plays with Network Attached Storage, (NAS) and Storage Area Networks, (SAN). From its origins as the first defragmenter for Windows NT, Diskeeper has become the number one automatic defragmenter, with over 30 million licenses sold.
To find out “How Fragmentation Effects NAS and SAN Storage Devices and Why an Automatic Defrag Solution is a Must,” and to read the complete transcript for this interview go to: http://www.diskeeper.com/press/ltc/july-26-2008
Listen to the interviews at:
Diskeeper Corporation http://www.lets-talk-computers.com/guests/diskeeper/nas_san
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