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Kingston Leverages SSDs to Improve User Satisfaction and Boost Employee Productivity

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Published on Aug 23, 2012

http://www.kingston.com/us/business/c...
From its headquarters in Fountain Valley California, Kingston Technology Company, Inc. (Kingston) sells its products across the globe. Its 4,000 world-wide employees design, manufacture and distribute memory and flash memory products for use in desktops, notebooks and mobile devices.

Like many executives in today's economy, Kingston's IT Director had two main goals: to improve endusers' satisfaction and to increase the productivity of his IT department. With these two goals in mind, the IT Director challenged his managers to deliver measurable results.

"End users here aren't shy about sharing their IT problems with me," says Theron Sanders, Information Technology Service Desk Manager for Kingston. "At the top of their list were slow application response times and long boot up cycles."

But simply improving end users' system performance wasn't enough. Sanders needed to do it in a way that boosted IT staffers' productivity as well. To achieve these objectives, the decision was made to phase out the use of spindle drives in favor of solid state drives (SSDs).

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