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ALSO CALLED: Migrating Software, Adaptive Maintenance, File Migration, Application Migration
DEFINITION: In information technology, migration is the process of moving from the use of one operating environment to another operating environment that is, in most cases, is thought to be a better one. For example, moving from Windows NT Server to Windows 2000 Server would usually be considered a migration because it involves making sure that new features are exploited, old settings do not require changing,  … 
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SharePoint Server 2010 Beta (x64 only)
sponsored by Microsoft Corporation India Pvt Ltd
TRIAL SOFTWARE: SharePoint 2010 provides a robust development platform to rapidly build solutions using familiar tools like Visual Studio 2010 and SharePoint Designer 2010. Developers gain access to a rich set of out-of-the-box features such as Business Connectivity Services for read/write integration between application data, the web and Office 2010 client.
Posted: 09 Dec 2009 | Premiered: 08 Dec 2009

Microsoft Corporation India Pvt Ltd

AdminStudio
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TRIAL SOFTWARE: Deploying software is one of the most common and important functions of any IT department, but incorrect software packaging can cause critical applications to crash, increase support costs and slow productivity.
Posted: 09 Apr 2007 | Premiered: 09 Apr 2007

Macrovision, makers of AdminStudio 
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SOFTWARE MIGRATION DEFINITION (continued): …  and taking steps to ensure that current applications continue to work in the new environment. Migration could also mean moving from Windows NT to a UNIX-based operating system (or the reverse). Migration can involve moving to new hardware, new software, or both. Migration can be small-scale, such as migrating a single system, or large-scale, involving many systems, new applications, or a redesigned network.One can migrate data from one kind of database to another kind of database. This usually requires converting the data into some common format that can be output from the old database and … 
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