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Migrating From Lotus Notes/Domino to MS Office System Needs Careful Planning

Published: 15 September 2006

ID: G00142307

Analyst(s): Tom Austin


IBM clients with a good business case for moving customized, rich applications to Microsoft should plan carefully. So, consider retiring Lotus Notes/Domino systems from 2010, but only if Microsoft makes migration easier.

Table Of Contents
  • Application Context
  • IBM's Role
  • Migration Tools and Technologies
  • A Look Ahead
  • Partial Migration
  • Milestones

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