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May 22, 2004
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May 22, 2004
Founded July 22, 1981, Executive Software is the industry leader in the development of system management tools to enhance the speed and performance of Microsoft® Windows® systems. Executive Software is the world leader in system performance/defragmentation software outselling all other online defragmenters 10 to 1.
George Goodrich, Product Manager for Sitekeeper, discusses the latest version of Sitekeeper. Sitekeeper provides the essential tools necessary to manage the systems on your network without the complexity, expense or bloat you’ve come to expect from systems management software. Sitekeeper 3.1 offers the user multiple ways to view and manage the systems on the network, inventory machines, compile reports and can be up-and-running in as little as 15 minutes.
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