Security vendors face pricing time bomb

Doug Woodburn
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Hard-pressed organisations are looking to spend less on security software

Security vendors have been warned that a failure to adjust their prices in the wake of the coalition's Comprehensive Spending Review could prompt end users to move to a shareware or freeware altern...

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