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June 7, 2008
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June 7, 2008
Fragmentation for Virtual Computers pt 2
Michael Materie and Rick Cadruvi
Diskeeper® Corporation is the undisputed leader in defragmentation technology.
In part 2, Michael Materie, Diskeeper Spokesperson, and Rick Cadruvi, Senior Software Engineer from Diskeeper Corporation, continue discussing what companies must know in order to obtain the most performance when moving to virtual computers and why having a good defragmentation system in place is an absolute "must." 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 about the "Introduction to the World of Virtualization and Defragmentation Part 2" and to read the Complete Transcript of this Interview go to: http://www.diskeeper.com/press/ltc/june-07-2008
Diskeeper CorporationJune 7, 2008 interview
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