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Windows 2000 Deployment and Migration Resources
|Judging from all of the new features and improvements in Windows 2000, the question isn't whether you'll migrate your current network to Windows 2000, but when. Careful planning, experience, and good research into lessons
learned are the keys to a successful deployment. Remember: Good managers learn from their mistakes and never repeat them. Great managers learn from other peoples mistakes and never make them.
|Cheat Sheet: The Case for Windows 2000
Network World Fusion put together this list of "talking points" to bring to your boss to help persuade him that Windows 2000 is the right direction in which to move. This information was gathered from reader comments in the Network World Fusion forums, reviews and other
industry articles. (Aug 14, 2000)
Competency Requirements for Migrating IT Operations to Windows 2000
Competency migration requirements and a roadmap for the operations groups of IT organizations to prepare for transitioning resources from maintaining the Windows NT 3.51/4.0, Unix, or Novell NetWare 5.0 network operating system(s) to maintaining Microsoft Windows 2000. Topics includes clarifying
what competencies the operators already have to operate the existing IT environments, specifying what competencies the operators will need to operate Windows 2000, pointing out explicitly where the gaps that exist between existing
competencies and those needed to operate Windows 2000, mapping out how competencies required to operate Windows 2000 can be attained through existing training and development resources.
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Deployment Home Page
The official home for all the latest documentation from Microsoft.
Microsoft's Windows 2000 Planning and Deployment Home Page
All of Microsoft's technical articles and whitepapers related to deploying Windows 2000.
Windows 2000 Magazine Migration Article Index
A list of all of article published by Windows 2000 Magazine regarding Migrations. A subscription ID may be required to access some of their content.
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