A CDE Definition
A major change in IT infrastructure, which generally includes new hardware and software, as well as a considerable amount of training. The term dates back to the 1960s when computers weighed several hundred pounds and actually required a forklift to move them. See upgrade.
To replace existing software or hardware with a newer version. See upgradable, update, critical update, bugrade and About this encyclopedia.
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