I think a proof of concept is a very good way to check if a new version of software is doing what you want it to do and to see if you should migrate. Having said that from technical point of view, management might think differently because of time, effort and costs. If you work in a large scale organization you know that it can take some time before the company decides to migrates to the new version of System Center 2012 and before you know it you are a year further and you are still waiting for the new goodies that come with the new version. A proof of concept could bridge the gap, if you can convince your managers that they should go for it. I recently ran in to this discussion to do a POC or not and I had to write a document to motivate starting a POC. So…

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