by November 11, 2000 0 comments

Is your current
network operating system (OS) able to cope with the growing needs of your
network? If not, maybe it’s time you changed it to something else. With so
many OSs around, it’s a difficult decision to take. Plus, as your network
is built around your current OS, making it work with a new OS may be a tough
call to make. Will you have to migrate everything from your current OS to
the new one, or will just a simple upgrade do? What’s the difference
between the two? How do you do the actual migration? Will your existing
applications work with the new OS? To find out the answers to these
questions, we worked with various network OSs, both new and old, and
explored the migration possibilities in each. Plus, we checked out some
third-party tools that can help you perform a smooth migration. So if you’re
caught in a migration dilemma, then read on. May you have a peaceful
migration.

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