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NCR, FastLane Team to Ease W2K Migration

NCR Corp. and FastLane Technologies Inc. today announced a partnership to help businesses migrate to Windows 2000.

Working together, the two companies will bring to market a solution that combines FastLane’s (www.fastlane.com) suite of Directory Management software with NCR’s (www.ncr.com) High Availability Microsoft Services for Windows 2000 enterprise planning, design, migration, implementation, and support.

With this partnership, NCR enhances its High Availability Microsoft Services, a solution that includes RightSTART for Windows 2000. NCR’s RightSTART program provides an initial assessment of a customer’s readiness to migrate their IT infrastructure Windows 2000.

FastLane's Directory Management applications enable large organizations to manage, secure, administer and deploy enterprise directories from a single point of administration. NCR’s Technology Service Consultants have been trained to use and implement Solutions with FastLane DM/Suite.– Thomas Sullivan

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