Windows Server 2008/R2 End of Support
Updated: Sep 13, 2021
For more than 20 years, Windows Server has been the operating system of choice for workloads, but the cloud is increasingly a viable alternative solutions. The rapid growth of cloud-based services means you have more options, and likely more questions, about the best approach for business-critical services and applications.
Windows Server 2008/R2 End of Support (EOS)
Security updates are mission critical in today's world. Support for Windows Server 2008/R2 ended January 14th, 2020, making now the perfect time to explore the opportunities that new technologies bring to transform, innovate, and modernize your business.
Seize the Opportunity to Transform
If you are currently running relying on EOS equipment in you technology environment, you are opening your organization's doors to a world of hackers specifically targeting vulnerabilities like these. Upgrade and adopt the innovative technologies needed to carry your business into the future. Don't miss out on new security and efficiency features that could easily justify a move, either to Azure or the latest version of Windows Server.
Weighing Your Options
With the right strategies, you can make sure your organization is protected and your infrastructure is secure.