Lets's Talk Computers - Executive Software  August 19, 2000
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Executive Software
Interview on August 19, 2000
NT Utilities     Guest: Phil Proffit
Defragmentation technology may yield same results as hardware upgrades according to IDC reports.

Phil Proffit for Executive Software discusses the use of Diskeeper 5 in keeping your NT/2000 servers and workstations optimized. Also under discussion is Network Undelete 2, one of the few utilities fully Certified Windows 2000. The NY Times recently reported that user caused accidental deletions accounted for $15 billion dollars in losses to corporations annually. Network Undelete affords a system manager instant file recovery at the desktop or across the network.
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