Windows Server 2008 - Prize giveaway

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Windows Server 2016 & Windows Server 2019’s enhanced security protects at the identity, OS, and virtualization layers to disrupt attacks and isolate vulnerable targets. Support is continuing until at least 2023
 

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Windows Server 2016 & Windows Server 2019’s enhanced security protects at the identity, OS, and virtualization layers to disrupt attacks and isolate vulnerable targets. Support is continuing until at least 2023.
 

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  • Windows Server 2008 operated when business demands were a fraction of what they are today and before the modern capabilities of the Cloud.
 

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Windows Server 2008 was limited to 64 logical processors, which by today’s standards leaves it in the slow lane for modern business operations.
 

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Servers still running Windows Server 2008/R2 after End of Support run the risk of being completely unsupported and unprotected, as Microsoft will no longer provide security fixes after the EOS date of 14 January 2020.
 

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Windows Server 2019 commands massively scalable and hardware-agnostic storage, networking and compute from a single interface, all while reducing your expenses.
 

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Underlying your server’s performance is enough memory to cope with the load. 1TB of physical memory per server is yesterday’s news and the maximum Windows Server 2008 offered.
 

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GDPR requires that all user data is protected as much as possible, leaving any potential risk of breaches a real legacy issue for those still running Windows Server 2008.
 

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Servers still running Windows Server 2008/R2 after End of Support run the risk of being completely unsupported and unprotected, as Microsoft will no longer provide security fixes after the EOS date of 14 January 2020
 

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Servers still running Windows Server 2008/R2 after End of Support run the risk of being completely unsupported and unprotected, as Microsoft will no longer provide security fixes after the EOS date of 14 January 2020.

Data will be at risk - this means no more security updates means new vulnerabilities will not be fixed
 

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GDPR requires that all user data is protected as much as possible, leaving any potential risk of breaches a real legacy issue for those still running Windows Server 2008.
 

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  • Windows Server 2016 & Windows Server 2019’s enhanced security protects at the identity, OS, and virtualization layers to disrupt attacks and isolate vulnerable targets. Support is continuing until at least 2023.
 

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  • GDPR requires that all user data is protected as much as possible, leaving any potential risk of breaches a real legacy issue for those still running Windows Server 2008.
 

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  • General Data Protection regulations require that all user data is protected as much as possible, leaving any potential risk of breaches a real legacy issue for those still running Windows Server 2008.
 

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To take full advantage of modern security, performance and efficiency features, running Windows Server 2016 and 2019 on modern servers is recommended.
 

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  • Windows Server 2016 & Windows Server 2019’s enhanced security protects at the identity, OS, and virtualization layers to disrupt attacks and isolate vulnerable targets. Support is continuing until at least 2023.
 

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Windows Server 2016 & Windows Server 2019’s enhanced security protects at the identity, OS, and virtualization layers to disrupt attacks and isolate vulnerable targets. Support is continuing until at least 2023.
 

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Underlying your server’s performance is enough memory to cope with the load. 1TB of physical memory per server is yesterday’s news and the maximum Windows Server 2008 offered.
 
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