Poor-quality software cost the US economy $2.1 trillion last year

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Operational software failure due to unpatched bugs was the leading contributor to the wasted $2.1 trillion

Poor quality software cost the USA about $2.1 trillion last year, according to a new report by the Consortium for Information & Software Quality (CISQ). The Synopsys-sponsored report, entitled '...

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