Comparison tests in the world of computing are one of the most significant tools for choosing technologies, and for young start-ups they are a wonderful opportunity to showcase their capabilities compared to technology giants. But it turns out that not everyone thinks so.
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Avi Shua, CEO and one of the founders of the Israeli cyber company Orca Security, managed to upset the cyber giant Palo Alto Networks after the company uploaded to YouTube a comparative test video between its technology and the competitor’s equivalent product. Palo Alto Networks was furious From the network immediately.According to the company in its contract of use there is a clause which prohibits making comparisons of its products with competitors without official approval from it.
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