Beat the clock on Windows Server end-of-service

Be ready to update and modernise your IT infrastructure with new server hardware

whitepaper

Three Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 editions EOS came up in January 2020. By now, companies should have already migrated to a new server such as Microsoft Windows Server 2016 or Windows Server 2019. Those who haven’t need to urgently make their move. 

These organisations must decide whether to attempt installing this new OS on their existing servers, build new servers to support the upgrade, or purchase new hardware from an OEM vendor to ensure the best results for the updated OS.

This whitepaper looks at the different considerations IT decision makers face in making the upgrade to Microsoft Windows Server 2019, and how to decide which option is best for their organisation. Download it now to beat the EOS clock.

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