Ballmer promises better security and value

Tuesday, 12 October 2004, 10:47 AM EST

Corporate users' concerns are getting through to Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer - at least in part. When Computer Weekly asked him to list the three most important issues UK IT directors were raising with Microsoft, he named two - security and value for money.

"The number one concern I hear from IT directors here in the UK - and elsewhere in the world - has to do with security, and it is not a Microsoft-specific issue, except insofar as Microsoft products are the most popular in the world." he said.

By Mike Simons at Computer Weekly.

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