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Scott Mueller from Que Publishing and Damian Giannunzio from Diskeeper to Be Featured on Let's Talk Computers
Thursday, October 13, 2011
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Business Wire) -- Guests from Que Publishing and Diskeeper Corporation will appear on radio talk show Let's Talk Computers®. Que Publishing is a company 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.
Scott Mueller, Author of "Upgrading and Repairing PC's," now in the 20th edition, starts a brand new series on "What to do to Upgrade your Computer System to make sure it Performs the way you Think it Should."
Damian Giannunzio, Product Manager with Diskeeper Corporation, continues our series on “How to Speed Up Your Computer Servers with Diskeeper 2011 Server Edition" and why a slow computer server can affect everyone on the network. This time we will be discussing ways of speeding up your high capacity, high performance disk drives thus decreasing time to read or write disk files and to reduce the overall cost of disk drives.
Listen to the interviews at:
Que Publishing http://www.lets-talk-computers.com/guests/que/upgrading_repairing_pc_20_a
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