Antivirus Software and Disk Defragmentation

In recent years, the rapid succession of virus attacks has created an intense security environment. The capacity for quick response to new anti-virus attacks is a critical component of any organization’s security plan. Antivirus scans are significantly faster on desktop systems with regularly defragmented files and free space—which means that using software to automatically keep systems defragmented should not be overlooked.
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