Lets's Talk Computers - Diskeeper Corporation  November 19, 2005
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Diskeeper Corporation
Interview on November 19, 2005
System Inventory     Guest: Howard Butler
Diskeeper Corporation (r), formerly Executive Software (r), was founded on July 22, 1981.

Senior Technical Engineer, Howard Butler talks about Sitekeeper(r) 3.5 with Patchkeeper. Sitekeeper combines hardware/software inventory, license tracking/management and software deployment functionality behind a highly intuitive and easy-to-use interface. With Sitekeeper, you can automate your patch and systems management in under an hour. Designed from the bottom up for the Small to Mid size organization, Sitekeeper provides an enterprise class solution without the enterprise budget or complexity
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