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Analysts told e-provisioning vital to corporate security

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Baltimore--Izhar Shay, president-CEO of e-provisioning company Business Layers Inc., told Wall Street analysts on Tuesday that a vital way to beef up corporate security is to allocate network services to individual employees. Shay, who is speaking at Deutsche Banc Alex Brown’s 2001 Technology Conference tomorrow, said in a statement, “Now more than ever, companies are looking to secure their corporate assets and proprietary information with technologies that are both cost effective and provide a measurable ROI [return on investment].” E-provisioning creates a hierarchy of systems access over the Internet by employee, business partner, contractor or customer and also ensures bandwidth to high priority users during peak demand on corporate services. J.P. Morgan issued a report earlier this year estimating the Internet provisioning industry as a $1 billion market, and could grow at an 80% compound annual basis over the next three years. Business Layers is a major player in the burgeoning e-provisioning industry, and this announcement marks the beginning of a marketing push by the company to bring the issue to the attention of corporate decision makers.
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