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Security as a Service: Business Decision Factors

Security as a Service: Business Decision Factors
This paper reviews the business value of IT security, illustrates the business case for SaaS over “do it yourself” premise-based solutions, and outlines what to look for in SaaS solutions you can adopt with confidence and count on as you grow.
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