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Building a business case to migrate to Windows Server 2012

Learn how migrating to Windows Server 2012 on a ThinkServer platform can help your IT organization:

  • Reduce Costs
    Designed around task automation, Lenovo’s solution helps you optimize workforce operations and improve effectiveness
  • Improve Virtualization
    Optimized to support virtualization, you can spin up new environments with confidence that they will perform
  • Support BYOD Safely
    Security protocols and integration points built to support the dynamic demands BYOD places on IT infrastructure
  • Increase Speed of Deployment
    Get up and running faster and easier with open standards built to work in any environment
Start building your business case today.

10 Reasons to upgrade to Windows Server 2012 with Lenovo ThinkServers

Upgrading to Windows Server 2012 is a key priority for all organizations. In order to take part of today’s information revolution, it’s critical for companies to modernize their IT infrastructure. This checklist will help you:

  • Get cloud ready
  • Reduce operating expenditures
  • Improve server performance
  • Securely support mobility and remote access
  • Control the data deluge
Take advantage of new technology advances today. Download the checklist to get started.

Best practices in migrating to Windows Server 2012

Upgrading to Windows Server 2012 helps your organization operate more efficiently, increase performance and improve security. Key topics to consider when optimizing your migration:

  • Determining your optimum migration path
  • Getting the right tool for the job
  • Virtualization
  • Managing mobility
  • Activating your disaster recovery plan
Stay on the upgrade path with these migration best practices.

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