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Minimizing Security-Related Total Cost of Ownership
Any security professional worth his or her salt understands that the job at hand isn't just a matter of protecting the technology ecosystem, it is a question of doing so without racking up costs that will raise the CFO's eyebrows. In today's economy, though, the antes have been raised. Nowadays security gurus aren't just expected to keep security-related problems at bay as cheaply as possible. They are also counted on to find ways to reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO) of all IT assets by minimizing risks, reducing network complexity and optimizing resources.
This guide explains how security implementations in four major areas can reduce IT TCO dramatically, effectively paying for direct costs of these technologies by reducing the overall bottom line.