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Old 08-10-2010, 01:40 PM   #1
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LXer: Exit costs of lock-in: Anticipate or it's too late!


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LXer Feature: 10-Aug-2010



When discussing 'migration' costs from one platform or piece of software to another, I noted many people fail to understand the idea of 'exit costs'. In this article, I present my explanation of exit costs, and I hope this article may serve as a reference to exit costs in the future. Especially people involved with decision-taking in IT are encouraged to read this article!

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