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Today most IT teams rely on fragmented endpoint security measures. Different types of security software may run on desktops, laptops, and servers. Antivirus, antispyware, network threat protection, and proactive threat protection may be managed independently at different locations. Not surprisingly, this piecemeal approach often leads to higher administrative costs. It can also result in increased risk, as hackers develop new tactics and use blended threats to gain unauthorized access to an organization's systems and information. To ward off threats more proactively and to cut down endpoint security costs, a growing number of businesses are developing a structured approach that integrates endpoints in a single, centralized management framework.
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