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  • data migration

    Data migration is the process of transferring data between data storage systems, data formats or computer systems.

  • Businesses accelerate Sepa migrations

    The latest figures from the European Central Bank (ECB) reveal an acceleration of the number of businesses becoming Single Euro Payments Area (Sepa) compliant. 

    Figures for December show that 74% of businesses are now compliant with...

  • Data Dynamics resurrects StorageX for file migration

    Data Dynamics buys intellectual property of Brocade's StorageX file virtualization software, develops its file migration and management capabilities.

  • Metadata landmines in SharePoint migrations

    Migrating to SharePoint, particularly from a third-party platform, can wreak havoc on metadata if you don't know what you're dealing with.

  • Windows Server 2012 migration station

    Windows Server has traditionally formed the cornerstone of the IT infrastructure in many organizations, and, for a majority of those companies, that will remain true. Enhancements in areas such as automation and scalability, however, make Windows...

  • Legacy migration holds key to business success

    Adeptia CEO Lou Ennuso discusses what he sees taking place with legacy migration and what it means for businesses.

  • Data center modernization streamlined through data migration

    Data center modernization projects can take many forms, like data migration, which helped one enterprise streamline its consolidation.

  • How a VDI migration changed my life

    A VDI migration doesn't just change the way you access applications; it affects simple things like printing and how often you work.

  • Preparing for an ERP migration

    In this expert response, find tips for preparing data for an ERP migration project.

  • Microsoft Windows Live Migration compression

    Live Migration compression is a Windows Server 2012 R2 process to compress memory data before it's sent over a network. Once the data reaches its destination, the memory is decompressed.

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