SOURCE: Diskeeper Corporation

Diskeeper Corporation

January 06, 2010 13:38 ET

Fragmentation Danger to System Reliability

BURBANK, CA--(Marketwire - January 6, 2010) - It's one thing to desire top performance and reliability from your computers, and everyone does. But when those computers are being used to manage billions of dollars in assets, the last thing you need are performance glitches, system hangs or disk crashes. In such a scenario systems need to be fully reliable so that information is available accurately and quickly whenever it's needed.

File fragmentation is the number one enemy of performance and reliability, and is frequently the culprit for any of the symptoms listed above. This is true even when scheduled defrag -- for many years the traditional defrag method -- is implemented. Many sites today are reporting that the effects of fragmentation are being felt despite the use of scheduled defrag. This is because in between scheduled runs, fragmentation is continuing to build. Also because many systems must be constantly up and running, scheduling is becoming increasingly difficult.

When reliability really counts, enterprises are turning to Diskeeper® 2010 to prevent fragmentation from even happening. Fragmentation has long been known to harm the performance and reliability of all computer systems. Even with new storage technologies the disk still remains the weakest link in system performance. Disk fragmentation causes system crashes, slowdowns, freeze-ups and system failures.

Utilizing a new revolutionary technology called IntelliWrite™ fragmentation prevention, Diskeeper 2010 intelligently writes files to the disk to prevent up to 85 percent of fragmentation from occurring. Coupled with superior defragmentation technology, Diskeeper 2010 delivers a complete performance solution for every Windows system at every site, and goes far beyond what defragmentation alone can achieve.

When data integrity and system reliability are crucial, Diskeeper software's fully automatic defragmentation is a must.

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