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Security worries drive hosting, data centre spend

International market research and consulting firm Infonetics Research says corporate concerns about security are driving up spending on data centres and hosting services, with a significant increase expected over the next three years. Infonetics says in its latest market research study, User and Service Provider Plans for Data Centres and Hosting, that corporate security concerns are driving spending up across the board. The report says organisations worldwide will increase their spending on hosting services by 91% between now and 2007, from $3.3 billion to $6.4 billion, and by 27% on data centre products, from $7.3 billion to $9.3 billion. Full Story

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