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2011-08-16 08:06:00

LONDON, August 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Data files could be considered the lifeblood of an organization as they are essential to its operation. Delays or failures of data backups expose this essential lifeblood to potential loss causing the maximizing of backup speed to rank high on most IT manager priority lists. An effective, thorough defrag [http://www.diskeeper.com/defrag ] solution is an important first step in meeting that priority. IT professionals understand the...

2011-08-04 06:05:00

LONDON, August 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Due to the significant complexity and breadth of the software and hardware used in modern storage environments, from disk-level technologies to massively scalable network storage facilities, there are many myths and misconceptions regarding the continuing need for a solution to fragmentation. Although, it is understandably easy to accept many of them as replacements for eliminating fragmentation as many seek to solve the same issue, the...

2011-07-28 04:51:00

LONDON, July 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Storage Area Networks or SANs are designed to excel at optimizing access however data performance can still suffer due to file fragmentation in the OS environment and SANs may be "unaware" of such fragmentation. The obvious solution is to defrag [http://downloads.diskeeper.com/pdf/Performance-Windows-SAN.pdf ] the OS file system, but that alone does not completely resolve data performance degradation. Since fragmentation consists of...

2011-05-19 06:55:00

LONDON, May 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- An unprecedented number of IT users recently revealed that they are being instructed against defragmenting their SANs. This misinformation comes apparently from their SAN providers. Mandeep Birdi, Technical Presales Consultant from Diskeeper Corporation Europe has reported an alarming number of IT decision-makers are under the impression they don't need to be concerned with fragmentation issues in their SAN environment. He comments "This is a...

2011-04-28 05:57:00

LONDON, April 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- - Why Your Solid State Drive is not as Fast as it Used to be SSD hard drives are becoming increasingly more popular. Many portable devices such as laptops, PDA's, Tablet PC's and Netbooks are being used with SSDs. Although prices are still astronomically high - a 1TB SSD setting you back a mere GBP3000 - sooner or later the prices will fall into a more accessible range and they will become far more widely used. Of course solid state...

2011-04-13 04:26:00

LONDON, April 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- - Improving Storage Sub-System Performance Data Centre efficiency could be well defined as the streamlining of any task, operation, infrastructure etc, to maximise usefulness and minimise waste. Streamlining data centres by effectively addressing and handling performance related issues caused by the inherent problem in any NTFS file system, is vital to ensure up-time and consistent performance throughout. NEW in Diskeeper(R) 2011 -...

2011-02-21 08:15:00

LONDON/>, February 21, 2011/> /PRNewswire/ -- Nautronix Limited, global leaders providing Marine Technology Solutions, took time out of their busy schedule to give some feedback on how Diskeeper Corporation (innovators in performance and reliability software), has affected their IT infrastructure. Iain MacMillan/>, IT Manager at Nautronix Limited, said, "Diskeeper Corporation's IntelliWrite technology is just outstanding at preventing the fragmentation in the first place, compared to...

2011-02-10 05:00:00

LONDON/>, February 10, 2011/> /PRNewswire/ -- - Optimising Lean Storage Utilisation and Maximum I/O Performance Intense demands for network efficiency and lower operating costs are driving the phenomenal growth of virtualization. Yet despite outstanding virtualization technologies, the ability to effectively share resources in virtual environments runs into three barriers: 1. I/O bottlenecks and performance degradation created by accelerated fragmentation - the action of...


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