NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- With so much of our daily lives being so heavily reliant upon computer/smartphone connectivity, I believe there will always be demand for companies that protect the world's precious data against cyber criminals. While Fortinet (FTNT - Get Report) still enjoys a meaningful chunk in the enterprise network security market, the company has been unable to manufacture growth and establish any sort of momentum.Consequently, shares of Fortinet, which is down more than 6% year-to-date, have grossly underperformed market leaders Check Point (CHKP), which is up 21%, and Cisco (CSCO - Get Report), up 18%. Although there is credible evidence to suggest that Fortinet's revenue struggles are more market-related than execution failures, investors are nonetheless feeling "insecure" about the company's direction -- and with good reason.
Fortinet Must Secure Market Share
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