Windows Server 2008 EOS: How to Simplify Your Customers’ Migration
Microsoft is ending support for Windows Server 2008 this coming January 2020.
This EOS means opportunity for IT consultants to cement their trusted partner roles and help organizations through the migration to a newer and more modern software, should the organization choose to do so.
But some businesses don’t realize the ramifications of continuing to run Windows Server 2008 post-EOS. IT consultants can, however, make a strong case for migration and the benefits of implementing an OEM server.
This eBook will walk you through…
- How to Build a strong case to organizations for the migration off Windows Server 2008, post-EOS.
- Why choosing to migrate to an OEM server is the easiest and most cost-effective choice for your organization.
- Why the latest generation of Dell EMC PowerEdge Servers are the best choice in combination with Windows Server 2019.