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."

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