Over reliance on Microsoft - Threat to the global economy?

news alert (excerpt)

London, UK - 2 October 2003, 17:30 GMT - The terrorist actions in 2001 cost the global insurance and reinsurance industry between $55 billion and $70 billion. The damage from malware targeting Microsoft systems in 2003 is reaching similar proportions in terms of productivity losses; cost of hardware and software upgrades; clogging corporate, government and domestic bandwidth to download patches; as well as systems reconfiguration and recovery costs.


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