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27 July 2015


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Tight time frame? Risks? No competence in migration?

On July 14 Microsoft ended support for the operating system Windows Server 2003. Due to this, updates and patches have become unavailable and any data center, which still uses these operating systems, no longer meets the requirements of security and government regulation. The companies that have not switched to the new versions of the OS will have to go through this process soon.

But is it necessary to implement migration at all? Experts have different opinions on this question. However, it is obvious that if the company decides to migrate to the new OS, this process should be implemented in the most professional way.

And what is most important in the process of migration to new server and client operating systems and new database versions? Of course, this includes speed, expertise, and minimal risks for the company.

Based on these key principles, our experts develop for customers customized migration plan tailored to their infrastructure and then implement it in a tight time frame. The most efficient offering for the Customer is developed on the base of the possibility to sel ect only those service components that are needed for a specific company. The migration to new server and client operating systems and new database versions can be done in stages, beginning fr om critical systems to less loaded.

Many years experience in such projects allows us to assess the possible risks, prevent equipment downtime and data loss along with the optimization of your company’s IT infrastructure. As a result, the company will enjoy a consistent operation of applications and additional opportunities for business development through new features of the operating system.


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