End of life Windows Server 2008
20th January 2020
Be prepared for Windows Server 2008 end of support!
Is your business still running on Windows 8 servers? If yes, you no longer have server support, exposing your business to numerous threats. NOW is the time to upgrade!
What Does End of Support Mean?
End of support or end of life (EOL) for Windows Server 2008 means that Microsoft will no longer offer bug fixes or security updates, leaving your environment and data open for attacks. Without new security, hackers have ample opportunity to find new penetration points and exploit them.
On top of the security risks you're exposed to, once Windows Server 2008 reaches end of support it will stop receiving software updates. Meaning your business may not be able to take advantage of applications that require the most recent operating systems.
When Windows Server 2008 reaches end of life:
- No longer receive security updates and patches
- Risk not meeting compliance requirements
- No new features or bug fixes
We can step in and replace your obsolete operating system and server to give you industry-leading hardware, software and support which includes:
- REDUCED DOWNTIME
- INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY
- EARLY DETECTION AND PROTECTION AGAINST
- MALICIOUS ATTACKS
- PEACE OF MIND
- DEDICATED SUPPORT UPDATES
No matter the size of your business or IT needs,
we’re confident that we will find a solution that will work for you.
Other Products Reaching EOL in 2020
Windows Server 2008 isn’t the only product that’s approaching end of life. These two other popular products are also reaching their EOL in January 2020:
Exchange Server 2010
For more details or to take things further, please feel free to contact us