Lead Your Team Through End of Support

As technology continues to develop at an exponential rate, business dynamics are also changing—demanding the rapid transformation of business processes for better growth.

Microsoft server technology is no exception to this trend. The 2008 family of products
was groundbreaking for its time, but current versions of software and cloud services provide more powerful built-in security, as well as amplified performance and innovation. Windows Server 2008 mainstream support ended on January 13, 2015, and extended support is ending January 14, 2020—making now the ideal time to look for opportunities to transform your digital assets to the cloud.

This guide explores how enterprises can elevate their legacy applications from running on Windows Server 2008 or 2008 R2 by upgrading to the latest Windows Server on-premises
or migrating to the cloud.

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