Access "Editor's Desk: 2007 Readers' Choice Awards"
This article is part of the April 2007 issue of Security Products Readers' Choice Awards 2007
We've all seen the product demos, but how well do these solutions really work? Readers' Choice answers that question. Whether you realize it or not, you wrote this issue. The reason: the entire issue is dedicated to the products that you believe work well in your enterprise. All told 1,595 readers weighed in on 341 products and your votes helped us determine the 45 winners of the 2007 Readers' Choice awards. Month in and month out we review newly released products in our Products section, and four times a year we provide a comparative review on a particular product set you may be considering to deploy. But with the Readers' Choice awards we're asking you to rate how well these products actually work in real-world heterogeneous environments. You may have remembered this feature as Products of the Year. This year we decided to devote more space to products you recommend, provide an overview of the market and typical user pain points in deploying the particular technologies. Refining this feature was an eight-month process in which we looked at our product ... Access >>>
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