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. Michael Miller, Let's Talk Computers Industry Analyst and author of "Microsoft Windows 7 Your Way - Speed Up and Customize Windows," continues this new series on how to connect to the Internet, but do it safely. Diskeeper Corporation is the undisputed leader in performance and reliability technologies.
Michael Miller, Let's Talk Computers Industry Analyst and author of "Microsoft Windows 7 Your Way - Speed Up and Customize Windows," continues this new series on how to connect to the Internet, but do it safely.
Jeremy Buck, Spokesperson for Diskeeper Corporation, in this series on "How to Speed up your Business Computers," continues his discussion on virtualization, talking about why you need a program like V-locity®, virtual platform disk optimizer, to keep your virtual computers running at peak performance.
To find out "Some of the Benchmarks that Companies are Showing by Using an Automatic Maintenance Solution" like V-locity to keep your virtual computer running at peak performance and to read a complete transcript of this interview go to: http://www.diskeeper.com/press/ltc/april-16-2011
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