Inside IBM's billion-dollar security push

Monday, 31 December 2007, 12:03 AM EST

Can money buy security? That's a question that IBM may be set to answer as it prepares to enter 2008 with a multibillion-dollar effort to bolster security.

At the time Big Blue unveiled its big security plans in November, it gave some indication as to how the money would be spent in developing new technologies and products. The announcement, however, represents just the tip of the iceberg: The company's new vision has far deeper implications that may well transform the nature of IBM itself.

At Internetnews.

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