October 25, 2007 - TheInfoPro (TIP), an independent research network and supplier of market intelligence for the information technology (IT) industry, announced that results from detailed interviews with information security decision makers within Fortune 1000 sized enterprises indicate that the number of organizations that have network access control (NAC) solutions in use has declined 25 percent, from 35 percent of those interviewed 18 months ago to 26 percent today.

During this same period, the number of organizations that to do not plan to implement these solutions has risen 14 percent, from 21 percent of those interviewed 18 months ago to 24 percent now.  Market confusion over the capabilities and differences between provider offerings has driven an increasing number of organizations to push implementation into their long-term plans.

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