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Industry research from IDC predicts the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) market will experience a 21 percent compound annual growth rate during the next three years, reaching US$10.7 billion worldwide by 2009.
It can be confusing for SMBs to make decisions on whether to deploy hardware, which requires additional space in the server room, or software that requires constant updates and additional hard drive space on servers. Both solutions are changing daily and must accommodate business flexibility and scalability. Many SMBs do not have the IT resources available to spend substantial time and money worrying about network security.
On-demand security services can help alleviate some major pain points of IT personnel, such as the time spent on traditional email filters, updating software and manually scanning the network for viruses. While on-demand services do not necessarily give SMBs the opportunity to decrease IT staff, they do give the IT department the freedom to spend more time on projects that will help the business grow, versus reacting to security threats.
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