Ronan Ryan for Verbatim and Francis Johnson for iolo technologies to be featured on this weekÂs LetÂs Talk Computers Â®
NASHVILLE, TN (PRWEB) March 5, 2004
Guests from Verbatim and iolo technologies will appear on radio talk show “Let’s Talk Computers. A subsidiary of Mitsubishi Kagaku Media (MKM), Verbatim is one of the most recognizable names in the data storage industry. Privately held iolo technologies is a leading provider of Windows-based solutions for home, business, and enterprise-level PCs that specializes in PC optimization, data protection, and security applications. LetÂs Talk Computers ranks as one of the longest-running computer radio talk shows, and airs on multiple radio stations weekly – and 24 hours a day, seven days a week on the Internet.
Since its beginning in 1969, VerbatimÂ® (http://www.verbatim.com) has been at the forefront of the evolution in data storage technology. Director of Marketing Ronan Ryan discusses the wide variety of storage media available on the market today. From the USB Store “n” Go drives to the Digital Vinyl and Digital Movie discs for a quick and easy storage media for audio and video files, Verbatim spans the spectrum of storage media.
System Mechanic 4 by iolo technologies (http://www.iolo.com), is the best way to fix, maintain, optimize, and protect PCs with new and improved tools designed to find and fix PC problems fast, keep systems running at peak performance, and properly maintain Windows to prevent problems from arising altogether. With this background in computers, Francis Johnson, Director of Business Development, discusses what you can do to take control of your Window’s Registry.
Listen to the interviews at:
iolo technologies http://www.lets-talk-computers.net/guests/iolo/registry
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iolo technologies Â http://www.iolo.com develops, markets, and supports products to enhance the performance of computers running Microsoft Windows. Included in their product line is: Search and Recover, their new recovery tool System Mechanic, a suite of products to keep your computer running at peak efficiency; DriveScrubber to make sure your system is cleaned of all important information; and System Shield that gives you military-strength defense against unauthorized attempts to get information from your system.
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LTC makes every effort to evaluate the products and services it showcases in real-world situations by applying solutions to real-life problems. To assist in evaluating both hardware and software under genuine working conditions, Let’s Talk Computers utilizes the expertise and facilities of Total Solutions Inc (TSI). Since 1994, TSI has been instrumental in providing solutions, which allow clients to migrate legacy data and applications to the Windows platform.
LTC is thrilled to offer an exciting, new sponsorship program. Your information could reach millions of potential customers each week. Your company does not have to be a guest in order to participate in the program, although some of our guests have chosen to avail themselves of the sponsorship program after they have worked with LetÂs Talk Computers. Check with us for sponsorship program details and levels.
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