Microsoft earns patching praise from IT execs

It doesn't happen very often so I thought it was worth posting - it seems our efforts to secure our products more and more are starting to be recognised as noted by ComputerWorld. 4 years on from the Trustworthy Computing announcement by BillG and there have been radical internal changes around the secure development of products. It looks like this is now starting to be realised. When you hear a CSO say "It’s hard to point to a single vendor who is doing a better job" (Lloyd Hession, chief security officer at BT Radianz) it's a clear sign that the hard work is paying off. Still a long way to go of course on a never ending journey but it's great to hear.

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