Almost half of workers negatively affected by company security systems, says Computing research

Charlee Gothard
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Applications burden comes a close second

Almost half of end users are directly negatively affected on a daily basis by their employers' IT security systems, Computing Research has revealed. Our research has shown that 45 per cent of co...

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