Windows Server 2008: When End of Support Means the Start of Services
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In just a few months, Microsoft will be ending support (EOS) for Windows Server 2008. The lack of updates puts organizations that continue to run this this version of Windows at a greater risk of cyberattack, application incompatibilities, federal and financial compliance, and more. This presents the opportunity for MSPs to either upgrade clients’ server OSes, or move them to new hardware.
But which is the right choice that is cost-effective, provides better security, and provides you with a profitable margin?
In this educational webcast, join Microsoft MVP and former MSP owner, Nick Cavalancia, and John Lynch, Business Development Manager at Microsoft, as they discuss:
- What’s at stake with Windows Server 2008 EOS?
- What are your options and what’s going to serve the customer best?
- How to build out a service offering around Windows Server 2008 EOS that’s predictable and profitable
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Nick Cavalancia Contributing Editor, IT Pro Today
Nick has over 25 years of enterprise IT experience, is an accomplished consultant, speaker, trainer, writer, and columnist, and has achieved industry certifications including MCSE, MCT, Master CNE, and Master CNI. Nick has owned an MSP focused on the SMB, an enterprise IT consulting company, and today runs Techvangelism, where he serves the IT community as a technical evangelist, working with some of the most recognized tech companies today. Nick has authored, co-authored and contributed to nearly two dozen books on Microsoft technologies, and regularly speaks, writes and blogs on a variety of topics.
John Lynch, Partner Technologist, Microsoft
Based out of Nashville, John has spent 13+ years in the Dell technologies family ranging from software/licensing to enterprise solutions specialist. The past 6+ years John has been the technical lead for the Microsoft BDM team that supports the Dell Technologies account. His primary focus is educating Dell sellers, customers, and partners on Windows Server technologies from Microsoft and how they best integrate with the Dell Technologies enterprise portfolio of products.