Microsoft Server 2008: Does End of Support Really Mean The End of Your Data?

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When you hear “end of support” for one of your core products, does that make you a little nervous? With Carbonite Migrate, you can take the stress out of an End-of-Support (EOS) deadline and choose how you want to extend your data’s life. Whether modernizing that data into a newer OS/application, or moving the entire server workload into the Azure cloud, you’ll have options to transform Windows Servers hitting an EOS deadline.

Join this 10-Minute Take for an overview of what this end of life means for your data, and how Carbonite Migrate can simplify the next step for your Windows Server 2008 data, applications, and workloads.

Learn how Carbonite can:

  • Provide powerful replication solutions to migrate Windows Server 2008 data to higher OS versions between cloud, physical, and virtual platforms
  • Minimize the risk of any migration with extensive automation and minimal downtime
  • Provide easy-button. lift-and-shift Windows Server 2008 migration into Azure cloud for three additional years of security updates
  • Give you the ability to perform functional tests of your data on the destination Windows Server version without disrupting production activities

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