SearchEnterpriseLinux: Dumping MS Internet Explorer, Choosing Mozilla
Apr 29, 2004, 11:30 (11 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Nigel McFarlane)
[ Thanks to js61351 for this link.
"At the surface level, moving to Mozilla from IE is simple: just
install it and try it out. In practice, there are some migration
issues. If you have power-users, then they may have collected a lot
of personal information in Internet Explorer and Outlook. This
information resides on their local drives. You need to be clear
whether that information is unnecessary baggage worth dumping, or
whether it genuinely assists their work practices. There are
migration paths for most of this data, from bookmarks to e-mail,
but those paths need a dry run for your particular case.
"A constraint of Mozilla is that it doesn't have extensive
centralized management yet. You have IMAP, LDAP, NLTM and security
support, but not yet extensive centralization of user