[R] Philip Morris International - Windows10 migration assessment
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On Thu, Aug 2, 2018 at 1:45 AM, Flament, Kevin <Kevin.Flament using pmi.com>
> Dear R Project team,
> I am representing the System Toxicology department of Philip Morris
> International in the scope of a Windows 10 migration project.
> This project is currently at the end of the assessment phase. We would
> require an answer to this email by the end of this week.
> I would like to ask you some questions related to the following software
> we are using at PMI :
> R for Windows 3.0.2
> R for Windows 3.1.2
> Are all of those software compatible with Windows 10 Enterprise (version
> 10.0.16299 build 16299)?
> Are all of those software compatible with Windows 10 LTSC (version
> Are those software compatible with a 32 and/or 64 bit version of Windows
> Are those application dependent on MS Office?
> Have those applications any pre-requisites? Such as Java, .Net, Oracle.
> If the software are not compatible, do you have a new version of this
> software compatible with the mentioned version of Windows 10?
> What would be the cost of such migration (instrument replacement if
> necessary, licence cost, ...)?
> If the software are not compatible and a new version is not yet available,
> could you give me an estimation for the future release availability?
> Best Regards,
> Kevin Flament
> Data & Systems Specialist
> PMI Science and Innovation
> Quai Jeanrenaud 3
> 2000 Neuchâtel
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