Diskeeper Defrag Improves U.S. Air Force Performance, Without Adding Memory or Disks

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<strong>Burbank, Calif.</strong><br />Diskeeper Corp. announced its proud support of the U.S. Air Force. While the nation looks for ways to save on taxpayer dollars, automatic defragmentation continues to save government IT Managers from costly memory and hardware upgrades.<br /><br />"We consider Diskeeper software to be a vital tool. Our networks run 24x7x365 to support our airmen across the globe. As such, we need our servers to be maintained at optimum levels to avoid any delays or even worse, downtime for the users.<br /><br />"The other thing I&#39;ve noticed is that Diskeeper saves us in hardware costs. We aren&#39;t adding memory or disks to improve our performance anymore." &ndash; C.B., U.S. Air Force Air Combat Command <br /><br />If you&#39;re running Windows, you have fragmentation. Replacement hardware is not only costly, but "throwing more storage resources (hardware) at a problem should be the last resort, because it only masks the poten¬tial problems that intelligent disk defragmentation addresses," noted David Chernicoff, author of &ldquo;The Impact of Fragmentation on Servers&rdquo; <br /><br />In tighter times, governments and enterprise class corporations turn to Diskeeper to squeeze the most performance possible out of existing systems. Four-hundred fifty of the current Fortune 500 are Diskeeper users, as fragmentation causes server crashes, slowdowns, freeze-ups and system failures.<br /><br />Don&#39;t make the mistake of maintaining an enterprise network without the means to keep it reliable. Diskeeper is an indispensable network performance tool, far cheaper than professional grade hardware or memory upgrades, <br /><br />Download free trial ware at <a href="http://www.diskeeper.com" target="_blank">www.diskeeper.com</a>.<br />

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