Companies open wallets for secure data

Wednesday, 23 May 2007, 12:15 AM EST

An annual VanDyke Software-sponsored survey of IT network and systems administrators finds that businesses have increased their spending on secure data communications technologies and also have undertaken significant work to improve their internal processes to benefit security.

In a report Amplitude Research will detail what it claims to be a "breakthrough" shift among IT administrators, specifically in regards to survey respondents' perceptions of their companies' willingness to throw money at securing data communications.

At InfoWorld.

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