Security Appliances Market Growth Expected

Jun 5, 2007 4:01 PM

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Research and Markets has announced the addition of "Worldwide Security Appliance Market: What Businesses are Buying and Why" to their offering.

Security appliances are an integral part of the noisy and crowded network security market. Over the last several quarters, two key trends are impacting the overall security market. One is the integration of security into underlying equipment and infrastructure. Another is the continuing cost and complexity of managing security in a multi-vendor, multi-product environment, which many believe will open the door for managed security services from trusted brands.

However, despite these trends, security appliances are expected to grow steadily in the next five years. This growth will occur because the key benefits these products bring to the market -- namely simplicity and efficiency -- will continue to be of value to many customers.

This report examines more trends that are impacting the market, including the merger and acquisition activity that occurred over the past year.

In addition, the report presents the results of a recent end-user survey regarding deployment trends and purchase plans across different sizes of businesses.

The report is available for sale here.

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