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March 30, 2010

Forecasting when Enterprise Search Products might become Abandoned

Microsoft recently announced it will no longer offer new versions of FAST for Linux/UNIX, after it releases a new version later this year. This wasn't a surprise, given Microsoft's focus on Windows server. The following article uses that example as one illustration in explaining why vendors sometime partially abandon their acquisitions. Forecasting Software Product Abandonment

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