By Manuel Vianna, Diskeeper
Just like a faucet that never turns off, your customers are dealing with a constant flow of digital information. Even as we continue to implement and use the blazing speeds of technology, our new computers eventually become slower to boot up, they crash, and we get involved with lengthy and painful interactions with technical support. On top of this, the computers become energy hogs. Rather than fix the problem, too many of us prefer to simply replace the machine. That's not good from a green standpoint — cashwise and eco-wise. Most people think it's a memory problem, but it's not. Every system, every network, and every company suffers these burdens due to the effects of fragmentation — and there is a solution.