How prepared are YOU for the end of Microsoft Windows 7 and Server 2008 support?
Did you know that support from Microsoft for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 ends in January of 2020?
What does that mean for your business? It means that whatever version of Windows Server 2008 you are running on, you won’t be issued with any more security updates after this date. And THAT means that you seriously need to start thinking about your strategy for migration.
Running on a server that is not completely up-to-date is like playing Russian Roulette with your network, your data and your business. At Fusion Factor Corporation we are experts at designing and deploying server migration strategies that will protect your infrastructure from harm.
Plus not only will migrating away from Windows Server 2008 increase your future safety, it will also enhance your current performance. Upgrading to Windows Server 2010 R2, Office 365 or Microsoft Azure brings substantial benefits, including a reduced need for maintenance and an increase in responsiveness and agility.
How can Fusion Factor Corporation help you face the challenges triggered by the end of support for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008?
- Discover - we’ll figure out which workloads and applications you are currently running on Windows Server 2008
- Determine - next we’ll sort those applications and workloads into categories to establish how to plan your successful migration
- Decide - we then need to choose where to migrate everything on your server to: our datacenter or the Cloud
- Deploy - finally we’ll migrate your applications and workloads to your chosen destination, thereby increasing your security and productivity
As July 14 2019 rapidly approaches, we can’t overstate the importance of migration. Putting a plan into place now will ensure you are ready, secure, and getting all the benefits of an enhanced IT infrastructure - sooner, rather than later. The clock is ticking - don’t leave it until it’s too late! If you’re running on Windows Server 2008, talk to Fusion Factor Corporation about a server migration strategy today.
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