Security holes increase Windows client TCO

Security holes and the ways to take advantage of them have caused companies to spend money regularly patching their Windows PCs....

Security holes and the ways to take advantage of them have caused companies to spend money regularly patching their Windows PCs. Gartner's total cost of ownership profiles reflect these new expenditures.

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This was last published in October 2004

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