U.S. Network Security Markets End User Perceptions 2006

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The underlying objectives include: 1) To understand Enterprise and vertical market network security budget allocation. 2) Identify the key security concerns of the enterprises in terms of viruses, spam, e-mail, denial of service attacks etc. 3) Measure importance of select marketing mediums on the enterprise decision making process. 4) Plans to adopt VoIP, IM, etc., and level of adoption by enterprise segment. 5) Perceived costs for patching a desktop with necessary security software. 6) Measure uptake and use of VoIP and IM in the enterprise. 7) Understand the perceived security threat of IM and key e-mail applications

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U.S. Network Security Markets End User Perceptions 2006, U.S. Network Security End User Perceptions (2006)U.S. Network Security End User Perceptions (2006)Introduction and MethodologyExecutive SummaryBudgets & PoliciesAttack ConcernsPurchasing InfluencersRemote Desktop IssuesImportant IssuesNetwork Security Technology AdoptionVendor ProtectionInstant MessagingE-mail and VoIPAppendix




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