NetIQ Corp., a leading provider of systems and security management and Web analytics solutions, announced the results of the "Secret Costs of Spam" market survey jointly conducted with Windows and .NET Magazine, which highlights spam-related business issues now plaguing organizations.

Survey results found that spam costs the average business more than $2.5 million a year in productivity lost, bandwidth consumed, storage capacity used and support issues created. More than 750 organizations with an average of 12,000 employees responded to the survey, which took place in October 2003.

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