That being said means that the company significantly continues to lessen the intricacy of security solutions for simpler network models to the ultimate benefit of the customers.
From the same vantage point, another core competency of Check Point is its being a technological leader (Check Point, 2003b). Check Point owns a significant number of patents and intellectual rights to different hardware and software through which such leadership could be validated. Customer satisfaction and the company’s entrepreneurial guts in conquering new markets also add leverage to the same. Having been most famous for it Firewall/VPN products, Check Point can easily mobilize its operations.
Industry Overview. The IT security industry does not disregard its “booming-then-busting” market attributes. Online security have wrested popular control on how people patronize virtual worlds. Even today, organizations and private people are beginning to understand the impending threats of cyberterrorism and other Internet security threats alike; though it excludes saying that it will take a longer period for people or group of people to finally consider security as instrumental in operational systems.
To stabilize online security though, technological innovation is key. Invention and innovation are two elements in its context -- invention being the creative aspect and innovation being the commercial aspect (Bertz, 2003, p. 22). Technological innovation is a complex process which begins from an extensive procedural research to actual application (Libecap & Thursby, 2008, p. 1).
Apple’s and Google’s success stories suggest that the customers are now the “shoguns” in the technological industry. Innovation is an integral part to thriving in the market. Innovation is a competitive strength though its application entails equally significant opposite effects. Additionally, the