This post was suggested and contributed to by Emad Steitieh, with
contributions by Daniel Kucinski.
Internationalizing software has been overlooked by companies in years past.
Many available software applications lacked the ability to work with
different languages or locale variations such as calendars, currency and
numbering conventions. Although North America is a rich market and many
companies thrive to take market share, the international market brings new
opportunities for businesses - this is why more and more companies are
working hard to satisfy all tastes both domestically and internationally.
With the recent end of support for Windows Server 2003, the focus on
application migration and cloud onboarding has increased as enterprises move
their applications onto more modern [supported] platforms in datacenters and
the Cloud. Windows Server 2003 has been depl... (more)