Earn big $$$ in legacy support

From: Mike Ford <mikeford_at_socal.rr.com>
Date: Mon Feb 17 23:37:01 2003

> > for labs that need our equipment. Our target client has
> > classic (we use the word legacy) computers doing some sort

Legacy support is some juicy business.Chances are good if you are running
some 10+ year old computer, and the application isn't 100% frozen, spending
some serious money like $10k plus to enable a few more bits to run on the
same old system is well worth it. When I was working in the steel industry
moving to new hardware was going to cost something like $5 million for a
new license, so we jumped on a chance to add some emulated core memory so a
couple new applications could be added to the existing system (Westinghouse
Received on Mon Feb 17 2003 - 23:37:01 GMT

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