Teach customers to be security-conscious

Tuesday, 11 March 2003, 7:03 PM EST

The National High-Tech Crime Unit recently revealed that UK businesses are experiencing an average of three security-related attacks a month, and that in only the past 12 months, 97 per cent had suffered virus attacks.

But it's not just viruses that are a threat.

Industry analyst Aberdeen Group focuses on IT buyers looking for new capabilities to stem the flood of unwanted emails. It's clear that there is a healthy security market here.

However, the question for resellers is: how can you make the most of this market while protecting shrinking margins and ensuring you keep customers happy with excellent service?

The simple fact is that your customers will never be totally secure from virus attacks.

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