Improved desktop security in 5 steps

Monday, 27 February 2006, 6:03 PM EST

Many organizations have the best of intentions when it comes to defending the desktop, however the majority of production hosts still fall short. Whether itís budget issues, personnel shortages, inept technology, poor vendor support or any combination thereof, things just seem to get in the way.

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