Security Patches and Negative ROI Equal Corporate Stupidity

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ROI (return on investment) is a key concept in IT spending today.

The board is much more likely to spend money on IT, if ROI can be demonstrated in a reasonable period of time. It's a very sensible, sound business idea. Yet, many companies are actually practicing what could be called negative ROI - they choose IT products which cost them more money the longer ...

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