Patching Windows cheaper than patching Linux?

Monday, 23 May 2005, 12:55 PM EST

A Microsoft-sponsored study finds that patch management of Windows clients and servers can cost less than that of comparable open-source systems.

A research study comparing patch management in Microsoft Windows client and server operating systems with open-source software systems alleges that the costs of patching vulnerabilities is roughly the same for each.

By Elizabeth Millard at M&C.

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