SOURCE: Diskeeper Corporation

December 04, 2006 16:31 ET

Defrag and Get Down to Business

Defragmentation Software Saves Time, Money and Helps Every Business Stay Focused on What's Really Important

BURBANK, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- December 4, 2006 -- In the competitive world of corporate America, it's easy to see how time truly is money. We depend on tools, such as our servers and workstations, to help us get the job done with speed and efficiency. Now, the question is what would happen if these business machines were to go down? Unfortunately for some, the time and money necessary to recover from such a disaster, especially when racing against deadlines, can make or break a business. However, as you will soon see, this can easily be prevented with the proper implementation of defrag software.

Before the benefits of defrag software can be understood, we must understand what causes these slow downs and system crashes in the first place.

The answer is fragmentation. It's defined as pieces of files on hard drives that are not continuous but instead are scattered around the drives, continuously building up each time we use our systems, gradually slowing them down to a halt.

Now, as the level of fragmentation increases on a particular file, the time necessary to access that file is dramatically increased as well. If one were to calculate the minutes and hours of time wasted on waiting for files to open during the average business day, the effects of fragmentation on production can easily been seen.

Now although fragmentation sounds pretty serious, who has time to worry about it? In this day and age, you don't have to. Diskeeper 2007 defrag software, by Diskeeper Corporation (www.diskeeper.com), keeps all the servers and workstations across the network running at peak performance at all times... automatically. Through a breakthrough technology, dubbed InvisiTasking™, you just install the software and get on with your business.

After you install it, it automatically runs in the background at all times, defragmenting files on-the-fly, as they become fragmented.

Of course, you don't have to take my word for it. Visit a search engine, such as Google, and search for "defrag." Simply install defrag software and you can see for yourself. Not only will it ensure a continuous production flow, but will do so exclusively through the use of idle system resources.

So, make defrag software part of your strategic business plan. For in any business, if you can't keep up, you get left behind.