19 Dec Prepare for Windows Server & SQL 2008 End of Support
Extended support for SQL Server and Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 is coming to an end respectively on July 9, 2019 and January 14, 2020. This may expose you to security attacks or mean you are out of compliance with industry regulations such as GDPR. Don’t let the end of support for Windows Server and SQL Server 2008 sneak up on you.
Don’t let the end of support for Windows Server and SQL Server 2008 sneak up on you—the impacts to security and costs are too important. Avoid business disruptions and use this as an opportunity to adopt the most current security and innovation technologies. Enquire now to find out how to prepare for Windows Server and SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2 End of Support and take advantage of your current Microsoft investments and skills by running your workloads in Microsoft Azure. Your vision, and your cloud.
Ask now to learn about how to make the move— upgrade to the latest versions of Windows Server and SQL Server and seize the business opportunity to modernize and migrate your legacy workloads to Microsoft Azure. We can inform you:
- When mainstream and extended support ends for Windows Server and SQL Server 2008 and what the impact is on security and compliance with industry regulations.
- How to upgrade to Windows Server 2016 and SQL Server 2017 with cost-effective and flexible paths.
- What offers, tools, and expertise are available to help you to best use Microsoft Azure for your Windows Server workloads.
Prepare for Windows Server and SQL Server 2008 End of Support: Avoid business disruptions and seize the opportunity to modernize and transform your business