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Making Your Virtual Security Real

April 20, 2011 No Comments

Rather inconveniently, there’s no obvious answer to this question because, as yet, no real market leaders in virtualized infrastructure security have emerged. But this sticky situation is set to change in the near future, according to Jeff Wilson, a security analyst at Infonetics Research. The results of his “Security for Virtualized Infrastructure: North American Enterprise Survey” study suggest that 2011 will be the year that brand leadership and mindshare are well and truly established in the virtualized infrastructure security market.

The reward for vendors that emerge as top dogs is a potential sales bonanza: Respondent companies expect to splurge an average of 51 percent more on security for virtualized environments in 2012 than they did in 2010.

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DATA and ANALYTICS , SECURITY

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