Is security software the next battle for Microsoft?

Wednesday, 12 October 2005, 1:34 PM EST

Microsoft’s planned moves into the security software market seem likely to generate more concerns over how it uses its market strength. Last week, the company announced a new product for businesses called Microsoft Client Protection. Also in the pipeline is Windows OneCare Live, an antivirus and spyware product for consumers due for a public beta release later this year.

By Jeremy Kirk at PC Advisor.

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