IBM has bolstered its range of Microsoft NT support services to include planning, migration and installation.
Among the new offerings is a programme to help customers migrate from non-Windows platforms, such as Netware, to NT. IBM will also help customers move Novell Directory Services to an NT server.
Also included are integration services for Microsoft Back Office, which provides remote design and planning for introducing NT and Back Office servers, and IBM Smooth Start Services for DB2 Universal Database Enterprise Edition for NT.
IBM already provides a raft of NT support services including consulting, applications development, technical support, edication and desktop management. The services are offered by IBM Global Services, which boasts 3,200 Microsoft specialists.
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