Microsoft debates Vista security with EU

Thursday, 14 September 2006, 12:34 AM EST

Microsoft's inclusion of new security capabilities in Windows Vista could put smaller security software companies out of business or force them to make adjustments, said Joe Wilcox, a Jupiter Research analyst. "If you look at Microsoft's entrance into other markets, it's like an atom bomb going off," Wilcox said. "There are few companies that survive the fallout."

At CIO Today.

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