Beat the Clock: Windows Server 2008 reaches EOS


This resource is provided by Dell Technologies, Microsoft & Intel

As Windows Server 2008 reaches EOS, be ready to update and modernize your IT infrastructure with new server hardware.

With the impending End of Service (EOS) for three Windows Server 2008 R2 editions coming up in January 2020, companies need to consider the most streamlined and effective solution for updating to a modern OS, such as Windows Server 2016 or Windows Server 2019.

These organizations must decide whether to attempt installing this new OS on their existing servers, build new servers to support the upgrade, or purchase new hardware from an OEM vendor to ensure the best results for the updated OS.

In this eBook, we’ll look at the different considerations IT decision-makers face in making the upgrade to Windows Server 2019, and how to decide which option is best for their organization.



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