Choose Innovation over Complexity

Mariotti, John
September 2008
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Sep2008, Vol. 45 Issue 9, p46
Trade Publication
The article discusses the impact of technological complexity and innovation on national security. It is noted that companies have substituted proliferation for innovation due to their search for high growth in low growth markets. The various solutions in dealing complexities on national security, including sorting products and security budget and profits and to use the sixth-sense process to help identify what is important to customers and consumers.


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