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Failing to Protect Network from Dangerous Diseases: Potential for a Slowdown in Employee Productivity

One of the many benefits a healthy computer network system can offer a business is the ability to provide its employees with the necessary tools to complete a multitude of tasks in an efficient manner. While that may seem obvious enough the truth is many companies don’t affectively maintain their network and the results often prove damaging to their bottom line.

When a company fails to protect their network from dangerous diseases the potential for a slowdown in employee productivity is greatly increased. In today’s business world there are few things more important than producing results in a timely manner and when a company finds itself depending on a slow network they are almost certainly facing a constant uphill battle.

This is because a slow network translates into difficulties completing necessary operations within a business. Whether it’s something as simple as accessing and sending emails, delivering shipments, or maintaining the functionality of a Web site, a slow network will cause costly delays.

Every company should be wary of these delays because they can be the difference between continued success and ultimate failure. Even more important to a company is the understanding that they can prevent these slowdowns from ever occurring.

The cause of a computer network slowdown is typically attributed to the computer disease known as fragmentation. This disease starts out almost unnoticeable but grows into such a problem that it could cause a complete crash of the network and the loss of any information that had been saved.

Fragmentation is directly related to the manner in which files are saved and stored on a hard drive. Designed to save files in a contiguous order, a hard drive places files one after the next, as they are saved. This proves to be problematic when a saved file is modified because the new file will no longer fit in the same space as the original file. The hard drive’s answer to this problem is cutting the excess information and storing it in the next available space, this is now a fragmented file.

Because a single file can be fragmented into thousands of pieces a hard drive can easily become overwhelmed with these spliced files. Instead of being able to just deliver a requested file the hard drive becomes forced to search for all the fragmented pieces of that file, this produces the slowdown.

This slowdown is responsible for everything from delays in booting up the system and loading pages and applications to slow Internet browsing and difficulty accessing and sending internal and external communications.

As promised there is a solution to fragmentation and it comes in the form of defragmentation software. By installing defragmentation software on the computer network system a company can protect their business from the dangers posed by fragmentation. Defrag will scan the hard drive and repair the files that have been fragmented which in turn will return the network to its optimal speed.

With companies constantly looking for ways to cut waste and protect their bottom line the installation of defragmentation software on their network serves to meet both needs

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