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High Security Risk Technologies Impacting IT Decision MakersUnited States and Europe

Opportunities for Network Security Technologies Providers

  • Research Code : MA15-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : TE00313-NA-CR_01806
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  • Release Date : 09-Jul-2014
  • Region : North America
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The overall research objective of this research was to measure the current use and future decision-making behavior toward information technology (IT), specifically network security technologies. Cloud computing is expected to grow rapidly across verticals and tablet usage is on the rise in the workplace. Both create a greater security risk in the organization, but more than half of the respondents feel that they are highly effective in meeting their organizations goals. Not surprisingly, large companies invest in high security risk technologies: the larger the company, the greater the value of outsourcing to MSSPs. This study reveals there is much opportunity for network security providers over the next three years.
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