Enterprises overly optimistic about Vista security
A recent study of managers in large Windows shops found that these customers have high hopes for improved security features that will be coming in Windows Vista, Microsoft's next-generation operating system.
The research found that 90% of respondents expect automatic patch updates and installation management functionality to be part of Vista. According to David Baltaxe, Current Analysis' director of customer intelligence, the more surprising finding is that more than two-thirds think that intrusion detection and protection features will be included. Enterprises overly optimistic about Vista security
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