Shifting your IT infrastructure to the cloud can seem daunting, especially as technology continues to rapidly change and develop in the face of changing consumer demands in a post-pandemic world. But embracing the power of the cloud in your modernisation journey brings numerous advantages, including unparalleled scalability, agility and security.
However, the benefits of embracing the power of the cloud in your IT ecosystem will only continue to help you achieve your organisational goals if your technology remains current. With Windows and SQL Server 2012 rapidly reaching end-of-support from July 2022, understanding how essential it is to transition your outdated legacy systems and ensure your IT environment remains secure and supportive has never been more important.
That’s exactly why we wanted to share with you the following leadership roundtable, focusing on investing in digital infrastructure for an agile future. Guest speakers at this event were Mark Anderson, Microsoft’s Chief Security Officer, and Scott Bales, a strategy and innovation thought leader. Together, Mark and Scott discuss and break-down the following topics:
And that’s just the beginning! Here’s just a sample of what you can expect:
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SQL Server 2012 will reach end-of-life in July 2022 when Microsoft ceases support, resulting in increased security risks and integration challenges if you choose to not upgrade your infrastructure.
Luckily, our team of cloud experts is here to help you make the change to a modern cloud platform as seamless as possible – so you can keep doing what you do best with minimal interruptions.
The first step? Booking in for a data estate assessment where we’ll discuss with you just how the Data#3 team can help you kick-start your modernisation and migration journey.
Tags: Azure, Cloud, Cloud Migration, Data & Analytics, Data Migration, Data Modernisation, Digital Infrastructure, SQL 2012