Spending on content security will not improve

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In addition, future spending on content security is not expected to improve, according to Forrester’s Content Security Predictions: 2011 and Beyond. The majority of companies, approximately 67%, plan to maintain existing spending on content security. Only 3% of companies plan to increase content security spending by more than 10%, and only 19% of companies plan to increase spending by 5% to 10%.

These results seem to conflict with the view among many IT executives that supporting Web 2.0 technologies should be a high priority for their company in the next 12 months … read more

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One comment on “Spending on content security will not improve”

  1. Editor zegt:

    Rightly so! More focus on human factors and awareness will lead to better, but more cost-effcient, results.

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Editor Intelink says:(2012-10-02 10:49:19)

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Danny Lieberman says:(2011-05-09 13:35:04)

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Rachel McShelley says:(2011-03-31 10:01:15)

Blijft helaas onduidelijk waarom BitDefender dit opvallend en vooral ook een beveiligingsrisico vindt.

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