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Exchange 2000 Migration Pegged at $30-$60/Seat

Meta Group reports costs can skyrocket to $100 with other factors.

A report from research firm Meta Group has shown Global 2000 companies have been spending $30 to $60 dollars per seat for an Exchange 2000 migration. Meta says that costs can even skyrocket to $100 per seat, based on added hardware needs, Exchange 5.5 infrastructure design, and geographic distribution.

You can read the news story at ENTmag.com, http://www.entmag.com/breaknews.asp?ID=4394.

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