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Survey finds majority of companies invest in anti-spam software

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Chicago—Seventy-five percent of companies with revenue of more than $1 billion have invested in anti-spam software, according to the Society for Information Management, which released the findings of a new survey at its SIMposium 2004 Conference.

Among companies with less than $1 billion in revenue, 70% have invested in anti-spam software, according to the survey.

In addition, the survey found that in companies with less than $1 billion in revenue, 55% of chief information officers report directly to the CEO, up from 41% two years ago. Among companies with more than $1 billion in revenue, 41% of CIOs report to the CEO, while 36% report to the chief financial officer and 11% report to the chief operating officer.

—Carol Krol

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