To get a jump start your WS2008 migration project, get the Gartner report How to Prepare for Windows Server 2008 End of Support.
According to Gartner, “By 2022, 50% of organizations that do not have a migration plan in place for Windows Server 2008 will be forced to migrate, due to a security incident, with limited time, higher cost and higher risk.”
Windows 2008 support has ended. But switching to a new server requires a lot of preparation. We can help.
Get recommendations from Gartner first, then try our Jump Start offer to build your plan.
TDS has many options for customers still on WS2008R2 that range from a lift and shift to Azure VMs, to an application portfolio strategy and cloud adoption plan. Let us help you make a plan. Download the Gartner report then contact us.
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