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Buyer Beware: How to Avoid Getting Sucked into Shelfware

Buying expensive and sophisticated security technology is a real challenge. Vendors will advise you on technology that is best suited for a particular situation, but they are also just trying to sell product. Before you sign on the dotted line, you need to ask the right questions to make sure you don’t end up with shelfware – underutilized technology. In a recent article on Dark Reading, Buyer Beware: How To Avoid Getting Sucked Into Shelfware, Gavin Millard presents three key questions that every vendor should address to make sure you get the most value from your investment.

This article appears on behalf of Tenable Network Security as part of a Partner Perspectives initiative that Dark Reading is hosting this month.

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