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Migrating to Win2K Safely

InstallShield provides Application Migration Practice.

InstallShield Software announced the start up of its Application Migration Practice, established to help mid- to large-size IT shops move internally and commercially developed software applications to the Win2K platform. The practice employs what InstallShield describes as “proven” methods for 1) safely migrating business-critical applications to Win2K and Microsoft Windows Installer Service and 2) managing application conflicts.

InstallShield Software, Schaumburg, Illinois, 847-240-9111, www.installshield.com.

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