Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s Mike Harding explains how they’re helping customers address impending end of support deadlines, including Windows Server 2008
Many Microsoft applications are seen as mission-critical by the majority of the world’s leading businesses. This heavy reliance on Microsoft software, coupled with the need for a more responsive and reliable user experience has driven Hewlett Packard Enterprise to create a number of dedicated storage solutions for leading Microsoft workloads such as Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SQL Server and Windows Server. With support for Windows Server 2008 ending next year, Harding has noticed a significant spike in customer demand.
“It’s a big deal” says Harding, “it’s got a lot of our customers really focused and engaging with us to figure out what to do next.” Listen in full below