Use End of Support for Windows Server 2008/R2 as an Opportunity to Transform
Ten years ago, the 2008 server products shipped when server virtualization was just beginning to take off, and applications were shifting from 32-bit to 64-bit. A lot has changed since then! End of support is one of many triggers that can inspire shifts to new technology.
If you put off action, you miss out on new security and efficiency features that could easily justify a move – either to Azure or Windows Server 2016. With the right strategies, you can make sure your organization is protected and your infrastructure secure.
You may use multiple options to move workloads from Windows Server 2008/2008 R2, depending on the workload. Microsoft is offering new options to keep workloads protected if you can’t get it all upgraded in time for the deadline.
Reasons to Seize End of Support as an Opportunity to Transform
Organizations that adopt modern Cloud, Data, and AI technologies…
Nearly double their operating margin
more revenue per employee
higher average net income on revenue