Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 8th May 2006 19:38 UTC
Windows "New security features in Windows Vista will largely eliminate the need to run separate antispyware or firewall software, according to a new analyst report. Due out early next year, the next major release of Microsoft's flagship operating system promises not only to increase security for consumers, it will also dramatically affect the $3.6 billion market for Windows security products, according to a Yankee Group report scheduled to be published Monday." That same report also claims that Vista's security measures will hurt in the enterprise sector, and it advises companies to stick with XP SP2 until 2008.
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by Al2001 on Mon 8th May 2006 20:04 UTC
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It would make more sense if they only implemented those reminders in the home versions it's somewhat insulting to have those on an enterprise level OS.

I guess a those people who blame windows for everything including there sink blocking have asked for it. Although windows is lacking in the security dept. most of the problems are down to lack of education IMV.

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