Press release from Business Wire
Kevin Maney from IBM and Damian Giannunzio from Diskeeper to be featured on Let's Talk Computers
Friday, August 19, 2011
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Business Wire) -- Guests from IBM and Diskeeper Corporation will appear on radio talk show Let's Talk Computers®. IBM Press is an imprint of Pearson Education, the world's largest education publisher and a Pearson (NYSE: PSO) company. Diskeeper Corporation is the undisputed leader in performance and reliability technologies.
Kevin Maney, author of "Making the World Work Better - Ideas That Shaped a Century and a Company," continues discussing IBM's 100-year anniversary of innovation and contributions to the computer industry that have changed the face of the computer industry.
Damian Giannunzio, Product Manager with Diskeeper Corporation, begins a new series on "How to Enhance Your Computer Servers with Diskeeper® 2011 Server Edition" and why a slow computer Server can effect everyone on the network. Diskeeper makes systems faster, more reliable, longer lived, and energy efficient.
To find out "How to Enhance Your Computer Servers with Diskeeper 2011 Server Edition" part 1 and to read a complete transcript of this interview go to: http://www.diskeeper.com/press/ltc/august-20-2011
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