Greater Web 2.0 Usage in Corporate Entailing Higher Malware Cost
A new study conducted by FaceTime Communications reveals that as employees use more and more of Web 2.0, the large organizations bear a rising malware cost to about $125,000 per month.
According to the company, fixing the damage from malware as well as handling data leakage are increasing as businesses witness their employees using more and more of Web 2.0 applications particularly social networking sites.
Meanwhile, nearly 60% of IT managers that FaceTime Communications surveyed reported that they have many users of social networks at their office. Organizations, which has more users of social networks currently compared to six months earlier (April 2008), exper...
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